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Modem VOO in Bridge mode


Dears,

With my Voo subscription I got the netgear modem however is not enough to cover some of my company needs (big house, dns server, guests wifi) so I have bought an ASUS RT-AC68U, could you explain me what is the procedure to connect it to the Voo netgear?

Thanks.
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Meilleure réponse par mikL 16 mars 2016, 19:37

WPA2 PERSONAL AES :)

No problem.
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Niveau d'utilisateur 7
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Hello,

http://192.168.100.1

Login : voo
Pass : Wifi KEY
Thanks Mikel,

Probably I was not clear enough I mean how can I connect the ASUS router to the netgear VOO modem. I´m not really sure what I need to do in order to make it work:
1.-Enable Bridge mode in voo Netgear.
2.- Conect asus and netgear (how? normal cable? cross cable?).
3.- Anything more on my Asus router?
....
...

Thanks.
Niveau d'utilisateur 7
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Yes,

- Enable bridge mode in voo.
- use normal cable, in port WAN on Routeur ASUS
- Set on wifi router Asus, SSID and KEY WPA2
Niveau d'utilisateur 4
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Hey Dropo,

As mikl said plus disable wifi from the VOO modem.
Thanks guys!!!

I will test it right now...ill keep you posted. Let´s cross the fingers 😃
Thanks guys, It worked like a charm. Another question which authentication/encryption method is the best one I can use?
WPA2-PERSONAL => AES This is the one by default thus I´m using this one
WPA2-AUTO-PERSONAL => AES or TKIP+AES

Regards
Niveau d'utilisateur 7
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WPA2 PERSONAL AES :)

No problem.
Detailing the steps because maybe someone will need that in the future...
1.- VOO router disable wifi.
2- Voo router Enable Bridge Mode
3.- VOO router connect via http://192.168.100.1
4.- VOO router and your new router conect them with normal cable (on your router WAN).
5.- Configure the WIFI on your new router.

In my case It´s an ASUS RT-AC68U and the difference is huge!!!!

Thanks.

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