bridge mode in teracom modem

Discussion in 'BSNL broadband' started by getanshub4u, Apr 26, 2010.

  1. getanshub4u

    getanshub4u New Member

    how do i configure teracom wifi modem to dialer mode?
    i use it in pppoe mode now

    please reply wid pics!!

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  2. vinaysharma2k

    vinaysharma2k New Member

    I have the modem and able to configure through the procedure uploaded on Teracom Website. Please visit the site and upload the same.
  3. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

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  4. vinaysharma2k

    vinaysharma2k New Member

    thanks, hope it works.
  5. getanshub4u

    getanshub4u New Member

    thanxxxxxxxxx a lot man!!!!!!!!1
    i had been worried so much
    bridge mode works perfectlyyyyyyyyyy
    thanx a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. itispydi

    itispydi New Member


    Can u ppl technincally explain me whats a bridge mode and ppoe mode so that i can also help the unknown..........
  7. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

    When you use "Dialer" The modem is set on "Bridged" mode. All Ports are open.
    You enter UserID/PW externally to the modem
    When you select PPP/PPPoE in WAN page and enter your ID and password and select "Always On" you can access Advanced Options for Virtual servers / applications etc Port Forwarding/blocking specific applications.

    usually , users here prefer "Dialer" mode, to use scheduler/s to switch off switch on the modem in the night for Nu free download.

    Try "Bridged"or " PPP/PPPoE" in search Box above for older threads.

    REFERENCE : for Teracom model similar menu pages. ( less wifi ) SEE MAIN MENU. ( IGNORE FIRMWARE UPDATE )
  8. Indranil

    Indranil Member

    Why the all ports are open in Bridge mode :rolleyes:
    Like to know ;)
  9. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

    Why the all ports are open in Bridge mode Like to know
    Beyond my scope. Question too technical. Can get the answer but of No interest to many users here. Not worth the trouble.
    One opinion:
  10. Indranil

    Indranil Member

    ^^^ you just post my comments from another thread :(, But I was just like to know is there any technical process hidden which I dont know :eek:, beside NAT :cool:
  11. essbebe

    essbebe LEARNER

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