Hmm with my provider is one phone call and 2min + a reboot to get their router into bridge configuration.
My old ISP Ubee router does not support bridge mode. Actually, I'll call them again and check.Hmm with my provider is one phone call and 2min + a reboot to get their router into bridge configuration.
For me? The VM hub router has an admin interface (web) that I can login to and tell it to be in bridge mode or router/firewall/wifi mode. The modem is integrated for the WAN port, being a co-ax connection. So really your box is a modem that supports bridge and/or router modes towards the the customer devices.Is there any difference to have only modem or router in bridge mode?
Same here. My ISP 'say' they don't even have modem-only devices.
NOTE: there are some ISP's in the Netherlands that don't even support having their modem/router in bridge mode... Yeah........ Good thing there are tricks to bypass that with VLAN's (which Syno routers don't support on the WAN port unfortutaly so had to place a managed switch between the Syno router and the MTU).
Seems to me that this button's action should be configurable because you don't want to be ejecting the drive used by Threat Prevention. I'd suggest that 'all or nothing' is probably the least useful action.Ye it'll also eject the SD card and push it out.