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  Reply # 1376687 30-Aug-2015 22:23
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whats the dhcp in this modem then .. its is a simple one to split lan and usb only?

http://www.secable.com/S_pdf/sb5101.pdf

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  Reply # 1376688 30-Aug-2015 22:27
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kiwigeek1: seems to be people saying it works on web.

also another way is to use the usb but that would be slower throughput

http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=51834.0




Is using a PC as a router, hardly what you described.




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  Reply # 1376689 30-Aug-2015 22:29
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kiwigeek1: seems to be people saying it works on web.

also another way is to use the usb but that would be slower throughput

http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=51834.0




I'm not sure of you're now trying to troll us or simply don't want to read what has already been posted.

Your DSL modem will not work. Simple as that. It doesn't matter what other people say elsewhere.

If you want to waste time trying then go ahead, but you won't get it to work.

If you want a solution buy a $1 NR router off Trade me.

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  Reply # 1376734 30-Aug-2015 23:37
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The modem is a bridge. It does not do DHCP and it's certainly not a firewall.

I will lock this discussion because I see it will go downhill from here.





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  Reply # 1376878 31-Aug-2015 09:30
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I am posting an update from VodafoneDylan:


Hi everyone

All our current cables (as far as I know) require an upgrade to a docsis 3 modem, which we'll upgrade you to for free when you switch to one of our current plans on a new term, and they have wifi included. Please call the sales team on 0800 222 664 and they'll chat to you about the right plan to suit you and get it sorted.

Cheers

Dylan




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