Hi, I've just upgraded my ADSL2 connection to VDSL2 and got a new modem-router for it. It's an Inteno x5671 (also known as Xavi x5671) provided by Nextgentel (Norwegian ISP). Here's the deal: before that my setup was Internet->Speedtouch (bridged PPPoE)-> w/Tomato->LAN. Perfect world... Since I have an IPTV service from Nextgentel the Speedtouch and Inteno are configured to have eth port 1 dedicated to the PPPoE through VPI/VCI 1.33 connection and eth port 4 is bridged to handle the TV stream through VPI/VCI 1.35. I tried to bridge the PPPoE port through the inteno web interface but it is impossible to get the to connect (which by the way worked flawlessly before with the Speedtouch). Tried LLC and VC MUX and all possible configuration scenarios. From what I've read on some Norwegian forums Nextgentel apparently blocks that kind of setup to avoid people bridging their modems (go figure out why...). So I was considering to go with the following setup in order to avoid more trouble (unless you have a suggestion for bridging): Internet->Inteno modem (10.0.0.1)-> (WAN: 10.0.0.2 - LAN: 192.168.1.254)->LAN I want to avoid as much as possible double NAT and I was wondering if there's a way to redirect all the traffic from the modem to the and let it handle all the port forwarding and QoS jobs. I've read a couple of things on setting it to DMZ from the modem, static routes, etc. What would be the most effective way to acheive that and as mentioned avoid the hell of double NAT. Thanks in advance!