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How to put dsl-320T in full bridge mode?

I have a DSL-320T and need it to run in Full Bridge Mode so that my firewall router (netgear FVS338) can get a public IP address and gateway.

I've tried the bridge mode available through the admin console but this appears to be some form of half bridge mode.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

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You could install Router Techs firmware on your modem www.routertech.org and it would give you the option to put the modem in full bridge mode. However I'm not sure the hardware on the modem fully supports it. You might have to use half bridge mode and let your router do the DHCP.

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