I notice in the Web UI we have the option of setting this hub into
bridge mode. I am finding the 'routing' abilities of the hub a little
lacking, has anyone succesfully placed this hub in bridged mode and used
a router to handle the routing and left ...
I am not holding my breath but I'd be happy with a more reasonable
limit.. heck even 50gb would be nice. It's a cash cow for them and they
have us where they want us with no alternatives available. Rogers
Wireless Internet costs ~$60/10GB and ~$90/20...
I'm having a hard time feeling sorry for those of you complaining about
150gb bandwidth caps when 90% of the country (area wise) is stuck with
NO option for Cable/DSL and have to resort to 10gb / month + $10 per gb
over through wireless or painfully ...
The two simplest solutions are 1) enable UPnP on the ZTE. It is turned
off by default, go into the modem, Settings -> Advanced -> Router. You
have to be disconnected from the rogers network to change the setting to
on. If you are connected the option...
Glad you got it working somewhat. I am assuming you are using two NICs
in the router/pc to accomplish this (one NIC going out to the ZTE and
one NIC going out towards your LAN) Make sure there's no conflicts. ie.
the ZTE has an ip address of 192.168....