Using bridge mode with Vr400

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Using bridge mode with Vr400
Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-20 18:07:00 - last edited 2020-12-21 00:56:32
Model: Archer VR400  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version:

I would like to change to Vr400 to modem.

When I change the internet set up to bridge I don't see where can I enter the username and password of the service provider.

I intend to connect the Vr400 to eero mesh,

 

thanks

 

Ilan

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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-20 18:26:45 - last edited 2020-12-21 00:56:32

@Zidko 

 

Is than you are looking for:

 

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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-20 19:48:48 - last edited 2020-12-21 00:56:32

@Ivaylo when I am selecting bridge , i dont see these two windows. Where can I set up the modem connection?

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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-21 07:01:24

@Ivaylo enclosed is the screen picture when i use bridge:

 

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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-21 11:00:21
OK, now it's clearer what you're trying to achieve. If connection type is bridge, the PPPoE session (where the username and password are put in) should be initiated on the device that is bridged to your VR400 (i.e. next connected device - your wireless router, your PC/Laptop, etc.).
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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-22 08:32:25

@Ivaylo thanks. I managed to do it, Can i keep the tp link wireless network on and in parallel to use the mesh wifi network as well? 

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Re:Using bridge mode with Vr400
2020-12-22 11:27:00
In that particular scenario (bridge mode) it is advisable to turn it off if the next device (your wi-fi router) is near to the VR400.
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