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Aug 3, 2011

I currently have service with AT&T DSL. I have their Motorola Netopia 3347 modem that is set to Bridged mode and going to a Linksys WRT54GL router, which then goes out to a Cisco 24 port switch.AT&T has given us a Static IP to use, which was set up and working just fine when the modem was NOT in Bridged mode. Now that I have it set to bridge mode (as per a request by our VoIP provider), our IP address is no longer static at it changes frequently. However, I have a back up server here that needs to have a static IP so offsite back ups can find our modem/router and then the back up server.I am running Tomato software on the Linksys admin. When I go to the Basic->Network section, the WAN/Internet is set to PPPoE with the AT&T username and password that was originally used in the Netopia modem entered in. If I set this option to Static, it removes the username/password fields, so I do not think that my internet would work that way. Or, would the Netopia use the username/password to authenticate, and then just pass it through to the Linksys in bridge mode and THEN it would use the static IP? what I need to do to make the Linksys grab our Static IP instead of changing? Neither AT&T or the VoIP company can figure it out...

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I have a Westell 6100 modem. After my old router, a DIR-655, got zapped by some electric charge from a nearby thunderstorm, I bought a Netgear WNDR3800 router. But I have not been able to get the Netgear router to connect to the Westell 6100 modem reliably [URL]

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Does anybody know how to setup the 3347NWG so it actually can connect to the Internet correctly so that I am able to surf to a web page or ping an address successfully ?

Does anybody know how to setup the 3347NWG in Bridge mode so that I can use it strictly as a ADSL modem and try to use it with my Netgear WNDR3800 router ?

If I can not use the 3347NWG with my Netgear router I had planned to send the Netgear router back for a replacement since it is not connecting relaibly to my Westell 6100 modem. But if I can get the 3347NWG to work as a modem and reliably connect my Netgear router to it, I will not have to send back the Netgear router for another one.

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