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Ubee – Setting the wireless modem to Bridge/Router mode

Router mode

By default, the modem is set to Router mode. This means that the public IP (IP address assigned by ISP) is taken by the modem. You will usually need to set your modem to ‘Router mode’ when your devices will be connecting to the Modem and no Routers will be involved.

Open your internet explorer.
In your address bar type 192.168.0.1 (Username & password can be found on the Device label which is located on the base of the modem referred to as GUI username & GUI password)

To set up the modem to router mode go to Gateway;

Click on WAN and in the Operation Mode section select NAT mode (Routing, NAT, DHCP, Firewall).

Click Apply

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Bridged mode

This means that the modem is going to act as a bridge, i.e. the public IP (IP address assigned by ISP) is going to be taken by the customer equipment such as the router instead of the modem.

In your address bar type 192.168.0.1 (Username & password can be found on the Device label which is located on the base of the modem referred to as GUI username & GUI password)

To set up the modem to router mode go to Gateway;

Click on WAN and in the Operation Mode section select Bridge mode (Bridges entire device. No Routing, No NAT, No DHCP, No Firewall)

Click Apply

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