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I got an upgrade from my old Westell 2200 to a new d-link 2750b. The d-link has a built in ethernet hub and wireless, but I really need to have it just act as a bridge. I would much rather use my Apple Airport Extreme instead.
I am in Washington DC and I think my DSL uses PPPoE. How can I put the d-link in bridge mode so I can use the PPPoE in the Airport? This is how I had it setup with the Westell.
Right now I have the Airport setup in DHCP mode and it is grabbing an address from the d-link, so it is double natted.
What is the best configuration for this setup?
Have you made any progress with this? I also have the 2750b and I'm tired of having to reset it multiple times per day. I would like to buy a separate wireless router to hopefully solve the issue -- possibly and airport extreme -- but I'm worried about my ability to get the d-link working in bridge mode. any advice welcome!!
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