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    Untangle Ninja
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    Default Easy way to change from router to bridge?

    I got my wrt1900acs working and am thinking the best way to use it, Is there a way to change my untangle over to bridge and still keep the settings that have been tuned over the years? I don't remember what all I have changed. LOL

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    Bridge to WAN is not supported as this time with SD-WAN.
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    Over the years? SD-WAN is brand new... I assume this is the wrong forum?

    If this is for Untangle NG Firewall, there is no bridge mode vs router mode, all that question defines is the relationship between internal and external. If you need to change the configuration... change it... Just beware you're changing some fundamental stuff and you might wind up on the physical console if you get the IP configuration wrong.
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    existing: modem <> sd-wan <> Untangle
    Router

    New: Modem <> sd-wan <> Untangle
    bridge mode

    Maybe it's not called bridge mode? But you know what I mean.

    Another question. Can I route the sd-wan wireless threw the untangle?

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Why...

    No...

    There's no reason to have SD-WAN in a location that has a full Untangle. The entire point of SD-WAN is to cheaply connect TO an Untangle!

    What are you trying to do?
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    Just trying to learn something. May be useful some day.

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Ok well... SD-WAN router is a product designed to be at the edge of a network, to basically provide the TunnelVPN app, so that network can connect to a remote network.

    Ideally, it'd be connecting to a cloud Untangle, or an Untangle in the main office. So no, you can't "route" the wifi off SD-WAN router through an Untangle bridge behind it, it's no different than your typical wireless router on that level.

    It doesn't replace Untangle... AT ALL. Your attempt to do so is frankly baffling.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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