Is there a document someplace on Shaw's site detailing the proper connection method of a third party router once the Cisco unit is bridged? I have a good idea on how it might be done, but would like to make sure.
Basically since the Cisco would only be acting as a modem, you would just plug a router into port 1 on the back. Most routers have an automatic configuration mode which usually work well once it's connected.
Okay. Since I have a phone issue going with the Concierge (chat) thingy, and the system there is a "one thing at a time" system, I guess I'd need to call to have the Cisco bridged, or can one of the moderators here do something?
I can bridge it for you. Check your Inbox coolpup
Not really, but once your modem is bridged,
Connect your router's WAN or Internet port to one of the ports on your modem.
Internet type as DHCP, and that should be it.
That's how I thought it should work, but better to ask than to FUBAR things to no end.
Oh, but coming back from FUBAR is the fun part haha unless you are on a deadline
I've seen enough FUBAR/SNAFU with Windows. That's why I use Linux. Normally when something goes wrong, it's the fault of the nut at the keyboard.
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