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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Sun 23-Apr-17 12:07:51
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Re: ISP with a modem mode option *DELETED*

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Standard User Mitchy_mitch
(experienced) Sun 23-Apr-17 12:34:47
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Re: ISP with a modem mode option

[re: David_W] [link to this post]
I have the same setup with my 4G connection. I have that in a DMZ mode.

89.104.X.X (ISP Router) <-> <Ethernet cable> (ASUS)---->my LAN

I know of no other way of being able to use my asus rt-ac68u router.(except as an access point)
Although, i am interested in hearing if anyone has suggestions.

Although it works fine, and i had raspbx running on it for 18 months without many issues.
The issues i did have were mostly due to my raspbx config.

The only problem i do knowingly get is I am unable to run a vpn via the asus as it thinks my wan ip is


Huawei B2268H/B222s-42 connected to ASUS RT-AC68U

Edited by Mitchy_mitch (Sun 23-Apr-17 12:37:41)

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