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Topic # 27001 9-Oct-2008 20:25
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I have a Dynalink RTA1335 running in bridge mode to a IPCop firewall PC and I have 3 networks behind that, green, blue and orange
I would like to put in-between the ADLS and my firewall a Linksys PAP2T, also in bridge mode. But nothing gets through to my firewall or out for that matter. If I take the modem out of bridge mode then it all works fine. Any Ideas how I can run both the modem and the PAP2T in bridge mode?
Thanks in advance

 

oops its a linksys SPA2102, I was reading a PAP2T manual (which some one said I should use instead of a SPA2102) when I posted sorry. :o)

 


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  Reply # 170295 9-Oct-2008 21:34
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The PAP2T only has a single ethernet connection, it's not designed to support routing/bridging/etc. Typically you would connect the PAP2T on your internal network.




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