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Tomato --> 4G Router

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by RogerC, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. RogerC

    RogerC Reformed Router Member

    I have a Verizon 4G router. I need to aggressively manage the data use, because overages are not an option. It's seriously expensive. The Verizon router itself is useless for management and client level data tracking. So, I want to hook it to a Tomato router. I want my clients to be assigned to the Tomato router as their gateway and DNS. I want the Tomato router to pass all traffic through to the Verizon 4G router as the true gateway. Any way to do this? Many thanks in advance.

    I tried hooking the Verizon Router into the WAN port of the tomato router. The tomato router was seeking DHCP for it's gateway, but it got nothing from the Verizon router. Also tried Static, and that did not work either.
     

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