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Topic # 100494 12-Apr-2012 12:44 Send private message

I have a TP-Link router running DD-WRT that sits in front of a Draytek Vigor 120 ADSL modem. The ADSL modem is set up in bridge mode, so the DD-WRT router dials the PPPoE. Problem with this setup is that I cannot access the config for the Draytek without unplugging it from the DD-WRT box and plugging a PC in directly.

Is there a way to set up some kind of routing through the DD-WRT box so that I can access the ADSL stats/config from the LAN?




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  Reply # 608222 12-Apr-2012 13:14 Send private message

See this thread, which is for Tomato but should be very similar.

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  Reply # 608224 12-Apr-2012 13:20 Send private message

Looks correct to me, I use a Mikrotik and do the same thing.

WAN Interface 192.168.1.2 - Masqueraded
PPPoE interface assigned to the WAN Interface




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  Reply # 608225 12-Apr-2012 13:23 Send private message

theEd: See this thread, which is for Tomato but should be very similar.


I looked at that, but it starts with "then in tomato under administration, scripts, firewall, add this line"

DD-WRT doesn't have this option. And I can't seem to find it anywhere else either.




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