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Hitron Advanced WiFi bridging question

Question asked by skippingrock on Jan 27, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 5, 2016 by shaw-jason

Hello, I just got off of a chat with a Shaw Sales representative and the rep told me that the new Advanced WiFi modem that Shaw is using will not allow you to bridge unless you subscribe to the Internet 120 plan??


I was also told that the older models of WiFi modems that allow you to do the bridging under any plan will be phased out and if I ever have a problem with the older one and a replacement is not available it would be replaced with the non-sub-Internet-120-bridgeable Hitron?


Could someone please shed some light and confirmation into this area for me? If this is true, I am none too happy about this as I like to have complete control over how devices are connected to my network and who gets access from outside and thus require to use my own router.