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I have formal training in electrical engineering, but I became passionate about web development only after graduate school. I am currently working at an ecommerce company where I develop internal web applications to automate and streamline many of the manual procedures in order to increase efficiently and accuracy. My programs have proven to save many values hours and resources each day.

The main tools I use are CakePHP for internal web application development and MATLAB for data processing.

If anybody is interested in chatting, feel free to contact me.


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accepted Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
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comment Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
the SBG modem doesn't label or show different placement of the ports on the back. However, I was able to get a hint from the term "bridge mode," which led me to some articles that described how to do it. Thanks!
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comment Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
SBB (did you mean SBG?) can no longer be accessed except by either a hard reset or direct connection (already forgot, but it was 2 hours ago). Anyhow, I think I have finally set things up with the new hardware, including a Raspberry Pi that was inactive for a long time.
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comment Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
Oh OK, I see what I had set up now (double-nat)! I have disabled NAPT mode on my modem and reconnected my wireless router's WAN to the 1st LAN on my modem. I can no longer connect to the SBG6580 at 192.168.0.1 (as expected since its no longer a router?), but my wireless router seems to be working well.
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comment Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
I've updated my post. My modem doesn't have distinguishing WAN vs LAN ports..
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comment Forward a port with modem (with built-in but disabled router) + a separate router
I'm currently doing what you describe in the latter. e.g. The wireless router's WAN is plugged into the 1st LAN (I'm assuming it's LAN because it has 4 ports and they are not labeled or separated) on the SBG6580. I've been using it like this for a while. Is this wrong?
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