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snowcrash01
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Re: F@ST3864V3 modem, FTTN, WAN setting and a Ubiqity UniFiSecurity Gateway

I read through the long winded Whirlpool thread, but Bridge mode on sagemcom doesnt seem to be a option anymore (if your sagemcom is on a firmware newer that 2018). 

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snowcrash01
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Re: F@ST3864V3 modem, FTTN, WAN setting and a Ubiqity UniFiSecurity Gateway

I suspect I'm going to have to get another modem, to be act as a bridge.

Netgear DM200 or Draytec Vigor130 look likely candidates

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Sporaxis
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Re: F@ST3864V3 modem, FTTN, WAN setting and a Ubiqity UniFiSecurity Gateway

@snowcrash01 Did you have much Joy? I am currently struggling with the joy of getting my SSH visible on the internet behind the Huawei B818. 

 

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snowcrash01
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Re: F@ST3864V3 modem, FTTN, WAN setting and a Ubiqity UniFiSecurity Gateway

Yes, I bridged :
Nbn fttn Vdsl rj11-> tplink w9970 (bridge mode).
Lan1 from tp link to USG WAN (mac address clone of the optus modem on wanport).
USG to switch and unifi ap.

I have ditched the optus box completely, and just redirected the land line to a mobile phone number.



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YetAnotherAcc
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Re: F@ST3864V3 modem, FTTN, WAN setting and a Ubiqity UniFiSecurity Gateway


@Sporaxis wrote:

I am currently struggling with the joy of getting my SSH visible on the internet behind the Huawei B818. 


That's because you're on a mobile network. The public IP address you get on mobile networks (in general, and with Optus specifically) is shared with other users, so as result others will not be able to remotely connect to your computer.

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