My current set-up is as follows:
FTTC internet -> openreach modem -> Draytek 2830n -> video conferencing device that hates NAT and routers in general (the only device on the network as it's a dedicated line)
The device needs to be public and needs to not have any routing in the way. The Draytek 2830 does not allow TrueDMZ or bridging on WAN2 port, which is the one that is used to connect it to the Openreach modem.
The problem with the video conferencing device is that there's nowhere to store connection username and password, so I can't connect it directly to modem, which would be perfect. My question is: what is the best way to put this device as a public device on the network so that it isn't subject to any routing? I want as little infrastructure as possible and as close to this device being connected directly to modem as possible.
Edited by kreutz (Fri 14-Nov-14 02:01:56)