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Cisco router and SB5102 - no VPN?

Question asked by jsoehner on Nov 21, 2013
Latest reply on Nov 21, 2013 by kevinds

I am trying to hook up a ASA-5505 with a shaw connection using a SB5102. I understand that we will usually setup these modems in bridged mode to bypass all of the features of the cable modem and to put the public IP on the router. When we added the router we see a 192.168.100.1 address coming from the modem - do we need to ask tech support to send a new config to this router or is this something I can do with a web interface myself?

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