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Old June 10, 2013, 09:38 AM
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The feature you're looking for is the ability to put your ISP's modem/router into bridge mode which essentially turns off all router functions and allows the unit to operate as a stand-alone modem. Most have the ability, but on some it's not user configurable and must be done from the ISP's end. (on rogers' equipment, the old gateways had to be put into bridge mode from tech support's end, while their new(er) cisco docsys3 models can be configured by the user.)
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