Question about Trendware TEW-432BRP Wireless Router (TEW432BRP)
I have 2 of the Trendnet 432. I want to extend the network downstairs without wires (bridging). I used to bridge my to belkings but one failed after a storm. So, I so that the trendnets 432 have an option EXTENDED RANGE MODE. It looks that it would be able to bridge.
Can that be done. I went thru all documentation, 1 million searches on the web and can not find how to configure it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
lan wires are the same. lan wires used to connect your computer to your modem can also be used to connect your Wa1003A adsl router and TEW 432 brp.
you just got some things mixed up.
1. you should set your Wa1003A adsl router to bridge mode. At this point, it will just be "pass through" device and will not be the one who will ask for IP adds from your ISP.
2. configure your TEW 432 brp with your pppoe username and password. Your TEW 432 brp will now ask the network for the IP address to that it can connect to your ISP.
3. leave your lan wires the same.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
I had this same problem. I was going to go ahead and call ATT and ask them to put my modem into bridge mode, but I messed around a bit more....
I went ahead and turn on PPPoE...tried to run the set up again. Well it worked. Not the internet connection is working through the modem. For some reason, the setup changed PPPoE back to DHCP Client, but it's working now. Give this a shot before calling ATT if you like. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: how do i port forward
Step 1 : Connect - Router - Computer ( Wired )
Step 2 : Open Router setup by typing http://192.168.0.1 on the address bar of internet explorer
Step 3 : Click Login
Step 4 : On the Left Click Access
Step 5 : Choose DMZ
Step 6 : Click Enable ... And Assign the IP Address of the Xbox /PS3/Wii in it
Step 7 : Click Apply
Step 8 : Unplug the Power cord from the router and turn Off XBOX /PS3/Wii
Step 9 : Plug the power cord back to the router and wait till the lights are Solid
Step 10 : turn On the Xbox/PS3/Wii
Step 11 : Test the Connection
Step 12 : If Still the Same ..
Step 13 : On the Left under Access Click Firewall Rules
Step 14 : Disable it and Apply
Step 15 : Do Steps 8 through 9
Step 16 : Test the Connection
let me know if this works
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
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