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Using my own router with hub in modem mode

I am having the 500 and whatever MB service installed this week.

I want to use my own router and put the hub into modem mode. There are guides I have seen to put the hub into modem mode and it is quite straightforward.

However, do I need to do any specific setup with my Asus AC3200 router running Asuswrt-Merlin firmware? Do I need a username / password?

Any advice gratefully received. 😄

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Using modem mode doesn't need a username or password, just set it to get an ip automatically. 

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Good luck, it has been 3 months for me, an absolute joke 

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3 months for what exactly?

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Re: Using my own router with hub in modem mode

Just follow these steps

1) Put VM hub into modem mode and if it’s a Hub3 make sure the LED is magenta

2) Turn off the VM hub

3) power up your router, make sure the WAN port is set to DHCP

4) connect router to VM hub

5) power up VM hub


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Is there any reason after putting the hub into modem mode that I cannot change the IP address of the hub?

 

I understand it is 192.168.0.1 and everything currently connected to my router is 192.168.1 *******.

It would make life a lot easier if I didn't have to reconfigure everything that is currently connected to my router.

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@doggy-man wrote:

Is there any reason after putting the hub into modem mode that I cannot change the IP address of the hub?

 

I understand it is 192.168.0.1 and everything currently connected to my router is 192.168.1 *******.

It would make life a lot easier if I didn't have to reconfigure everything that is currently connected to my router.


The HUB's IP address is set to 192.168.100.1 when in modem mode.

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In modem mode you can use any of the following addresses except 192.168.100.0/24

192.168.0.0/16

172.16.0.0/12

10.0.0.0/8


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Well. Broadband has been installed but straight away I have a problem. I try to logon and am immediately informed that the password is not correct.

 

I have been given 3 x slips of paper with Wi-Fi Network and Wi-Fi password but the password is not recognised.

 

What the hell do I do now?

I was going to put the hub3 into modem mode but I can't even get into it.

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@doggy-man wrote:

Well. Broadband has been installed but straight away I have a problem. I try to logon and am immediately informed that the password is not correct.

 

I have been given 3 x slips of paper with Wi-Fi Network and Wi-Fi password but the password is not recognised.

 

What the hell do I do now?

I was going to put the hub3 into modem mode but I can't even get into it.


The HUB password is different to the Wireless password/key, and it's on the base of the HUB only.