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Topic # 24579 28-Jul-2008 11:41
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The Gigaset SX763 WLAN dsl, is a wonderfull device, feture full and looks good in my setup.

I have asked this question of the Orcon support team and they were unable to help as it would not be a supported setup.

What i wish to do is use a PPPOE Connection to connect to Orcon Via the following

Internet
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Orcon Home Hub
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Smoothwall (Linux Router)
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Rest of network

The issue i have is setting the Orcon Home Hub To Bridge mode... Does any one know how this could be done, or know of a NZ Siemens support number?

i have tried all the settings i can find and cannot get the Home hub to pass the externall Internet Addy down to my Smoothwall.

I have configured this many times in the past using other Router/Modems but i cannot get the Orcon Home Hub into BRIDGE mode.

The orcon team tell me that the device will support what i need but they cannot provide the information as it is not a supported config.

Any help anyone can give would be greatly apprceiated.

In Turn if i find the solution i will post details here.

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Currently get approx 5MB Down and 400k Up
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  Reply # 152796 30-Jul-2008 20:17
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Try 09 580 5500 taken form http://aunz.siemens.com/ContactSupport/Pages/ContactSupport.aspx

If its not the right number sure they will be able to give you it.

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