I have a ADSL2+ Modem/Router. Is it possible to set one out of four of the LAN ports as a WAN port? If yes, how?
The brand/model is: Prolink H9200P. I already contacted Prolink about this and the site said to wait for one business day. But I'm still asking here just in case someone could answer faster than Prolink. Thank you.
Update: The router has 6 ports. A port to be connected to the telephone line (which I assume is also the WAN port), a port where you could connect a telephone headset, and 4 LAN ports.
What I really want to do is use this modem/router as a "standard" router. I haven't really owned other "kinds" of routers before, aside from the modem/routers one. But looking at some picture in the internet, they seem to have a separate ethernet port for the WAN/Internet.
I have seen an article for Billion modem/routers but none for Prolink. Also, I could not find any similar telnet commands for Prolink for the commands used in the article.
Prolink has already replied to my inquiry: It's not possible. :)) Unless we could hack it of course?