How to set 2-wire into bridge mode? Answered
I have a 2-wire 3800HGV-B wireless router from AT&T that I need to set into bridging mode not DMZ. I have a DD-WRT router that I just installed on my home network, and I also have a small server. Before the DD-WRT router, I had the server on DMZ on the 2-wire, and after I setup the DD-WRT router, it made me put that into DMZ mode. I tried connecting the server to the DD-WRT and putting that on the DD-WRT DMZ mode, but that doesn't work. I've tried using port forwarding on both my 2-wire and DD-WRT routers to send specific ports to the server on a private IP address, but that isn't working either. The best solution I can come up with is to put the 2-wire into bridging, and a friend of mine did it with another 2-wire router (not the same model... he tried to help me out and wasn't able to do it), so I think it's possible, but I've tried to do it with no luck.
I have tried Google, but everything that comes up that claims to be bridging is just setting the router to DMZ.
Any help or other suggestions would be appreciated! Thanks!