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    Default untangle and u25 appliance

    I have at&t Pace RG 5268AC modem/router.

    How do I want to set this up for use with the u25?

    Thank you.

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    Since by default the configuration of the modem is to NAT traffic, select transparent mode in the setup wizard.

    That said, ideally, call AT&T and ask for the modem to be put in bridge modem so the Untangle is assigned an Internet addressable IP and select router mode in the setup wizard on the Untangle.

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    So I called at&t and they had me setup a DMZ device. As I understand it, that device gets the WAN ip and bypasses the at&t modem's firewall. Is that sufficient?

    Which is the preferred setup: router mode vs transparent mode?

    Thank you.

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    Router mode is the way to go. As for the Modem I would get it completely bridge but if you cant do that and could get a External IP from ISP plus bypassing the Modem, well then that is what you have to do its better then ARP Poisoning

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    I was told there is "no bridge mode" for the Pace RG 5268AC modem/router. Does that sound correct?

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    Looks like it does not support bridge mode, others use the DMZ, if you can use DMZ and get a public IP then thats what you have to do or get a ISP who respects there customers wishes and can provide you with a modem that supports bridge mode. Have you read this

    https://forums.att.com/t5/AT-T-Inter...e/td-p/4330866

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    Yes - I read that. That is where I found the info on DMZ to initially setup my wireless router, etc. Seems to work ok.

    Would like to get ISP that respects customers but options are limited to Cox cable and AT&T gigabit.

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    Well if you get a external IP and bypass the modems firewall you should be fine as you are not double NATTING or using the Modems Firewall, hope you get it to work just shout out for help if you need anything many here will be glad to help

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    Related to this, can I simply install a larger ssd to store logs longer or can I use an external usb drive for that? Thanks in advance.

    I am looking at getting an NCA1010b which looks very similar to the u25 for my other house, but would likely want more ram and storage. I am not sure if there is any more performance benefit in doing so.

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    u25 uses mSATA drives which are more costly than SSD but much smaller. Yes, you can simply replace the existing drive with a larger one. No, external drives are not supported.
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