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Old 12-03-2005, 05:49 PM   #1
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How to make a modem+router work as a regular modem?

I have this Edimax modem+router, which I'm not satisfied with its feautres. So I decided to make my Gentoo linux box a NAT/Firewall (+ other things..). Anyway, I have the option to disable the NAT in the Edimax, would that alone make it a normal modem that would connect one computer (the Gentoo box in this case) to the internet? (It would be more like a gateway actually because the Edimax router would still auto-connect, just no NAT)

Anyway, I can set a DMZ server in the router, but I don't know if it has any meaning without NAT. Also, there are bridging features in the router if this helps at all.
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