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DaFFY2000
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HUB3 in router mode with 3rd party router

is it ok to run the HUB 3 in router mode also using a 3rd party Router or will they clash? Cheers guys...

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Re: HUB3 in router mode with 3rd party router

you could get possible clashes if possible having a double NAT, you could leave the hub in router mode and enable access point mode on the 3rd party router.




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Re: HUB3 in router mode with 3rd party router

Why get a router when you can get a AP or switch which may work with router mode.

Port forwarding will be fun in router mode with a router so don't do that.

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Re: HUB3 in router mode with 3rd party router

You can have your own router with DHCP disabled in a LAN to LAN connection which should work perfectly well.

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