I have two devices to establish my home network and internet connection:
- A Sitecom DC-227 ADSL Modem + Router (Modem)
- A Sitecom Router + Switch (Router)
Currently I've set it up using double routing and NAT. Between the modem and the router there is a network in the 10.0.0.0/8 range, and the real LAN behind the router is in the 192.168.2.0/24 range.
This works fine for regular internetting. However, I want to run some servers in the 192.x network, and I can't forward external ports correctly from the modem. I've set it up in its config panel, but it doesn't appear to work. This may be because it's a feature called "virtual servers", while the router has "real" port forwarding.
So I'd rather set up the modem to just bridge between ADSL/Ethernet, and have the router as the only router. How do I set this up? I tried setting the modem to "1483 Bridged" mode and set PPPoE on the router, but that didn't work. I don't know if I got all the details right though.
My current settings are: Modem:
- Protocol: PPPoA
- VPI/VCI: 8/48
- Encapsulation: VC MUX
- Username: kpn@direct-adsl
- Password: kpn (it's the same for everyone)
- Own IP: 10.0.0.1
- WAN side: static IP 10.0.0.2
- LAN side: IP 192.168.2.2, DHCP server for 192.x