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Accessing bridged modem

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Jan Egil, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. Jan Egil

    Jan Egil Serious Server Member

    Hi, I have some questions regarding accessing a bridged modem.
    My current setup looks like this:


    • R1 gets public IP via DHCP from the transparent modem. R1 runs Toastman v 1.28.
    • R2 has a static IP and is connected to R1
    • Both the modem, R1 and R2 has Vlan capabilities
    • Modem has 4 ethernet ports, where port nr 4 is bridged and connected to R1
      • The 3 other ports gives DHCP in the range
    • R2 is not far from the modem and can be connected to one of the 3 unused modem ports (red line)
    I want to access the modem from the net. I have tried the "Route modem IP" and set it to (modem IP), but when trying to access in my browser, it just routes back to R1.
    My question is, what would be the best solution for me to access the modem?
  2. kyrios

    kyrios Serious Server Member

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