IP Passthrough for Arris SBG6782

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IP Passthrough allows you to assign a public IP address to a device connected to your Arris modem. Whether you're looking to use a third party router or troubleshoot possible connectivity issues, IP Passthrough bypasses your Arris modem's internal routing.

 

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Enabling IP Passthrough
  1. In a web browser, enter the gateway IP address
    • Default is 192.168.0.1
  2. Enter your login credentials
    • User: cusadmin
    • Password: Serial Number of the modem
  3. Click the Advanced Tab
  4. Click on Options

    arris sbg6782 advanced tab options menu
  5. Scroll down the page to the Pass-through MAC Addresses section

    ip passthrough mac address section
  6. Enter the MAC address of the device you wish to be connected through IP Passthough

    Add mac address step 1
  7. Click on Add MAC Address button

    add mac address step 2 successful
  8. Ensure the MAC appears in table below the MAC row
  9. Connect / Reconnect your device to the network
  10. Verify your device receives a public IP

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