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Need SMCD3G Modem/Router combo in Bridge mode

Our office recently had VoIP phone systems installed, and not having the modem bridged has been causing issues. The model number is SMCD3G.

 

I am hoping a comcast employee can bridge this modem for me.

 

Thank you.

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Re: Need SMCD3G Modem/Router combo in Bridge mode

Hello pakolasteichen and welcome,

 

I presume you are using a firewall/controlling router with a Comcast static IP that is using its DHCP and if so then :

 

1. login into your SMC by connecting a computer to any LanPort 1-4

2. bring up a browser, go to 10.1.10.1, then username=cusadmin , password=highspeed.

3. click on LAN, then click on check mark next to Enable DHCP Server and this will uncheck checkbox

4. then click apply

 

When the SMC re-initializes you are now in psuedo-bridge mode.

 

Hope this helps you out. 

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Re: Need SMCD3G Modem/Router combo in Bridge mode

Hello pakolasteichen and welcome,

 

I presume you are using a firewall/controlling router with a Comcast static IP that is using its DHCP and if so then :

 

1. login into your SMC by connecting a computer to any LanPort 1-4

2. bring up a browser, go to 10.1.10.1, then username=cusadmin , password=highspeed.

3. click on LAN, then click on check mark next to Enable DHCP Server and this will uncheck checkbox

4. then click apply

 

When the SMC re-initializes you are now in psuedo-bridge mode.

 

Hope this helps you out. 

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