Does Rogers supply more than one Cisco modem? We have one but I'm becoming leery of it's performance because about a month after we installed it our usage doubled.
You blink and its obsolete now.
So, if I can replace the one we have now, what's the bridging process for a Cisco modem? I'm planning on reconnecting our Cisco Linksys E5100 router.
Okay. I've got everything working the way it was before with a replacement CISCO modem.
Now do I just disconnect the router from the modem, and go to 192.168.1.xxx? (Is it the IP Address or the Default Gateway we want?) Then login with cusadmin and Password?
(Thanks by the way)
I just came across guides for bridging all of rogers' routers through the tech support search engine. Have a look:
I hope this helps; made an account just to share the link.
Thanks Devon for the link and others posting in this thread. and GdKitty for starting this.
I got the Cisco and followed the instructions from the link to get it into Bridge Mode.
Couple of things already stated here that may help others....
instructions from the Rogers link do not indicate 'disable UpNP' I did do that.
To setup my router.
After being in bridge mode (you can longer login to the modem gui 192.168.0.1 is expected *correct me if I am wrong about this)
Need to check the rest of my LAN but this was fairly quick and painless.
Hope this helps.