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AT&T modem NVG510 to bridged mode

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Hi, at the office we just changed from DSL to AT&T's U-Verse, it came with an NVG510 modem.  I would like to bridge it.  I hear it can't be done.

Is there another way to have my equipment perform all routing functions?  For the NVG510 to forward all traffic without routing?

Thanks all.
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Thanks Agonza07, I saw that one before I posted, but it seemed that would be a double nat setup, if it would let me forward ports to internal links, I have no problem with that.  Also, I forgot to mention, this is a static site, the directions is for a pppoe client.  Does that matter?
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The workaround would work with either pppoe or static.

Unfortunetly it seems to be a limitation on the Uverse unit. It would be almost a double NAT setup, but that's really all you got to work with, and it will forward all the ports to your router so in theory, you should be good.
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cool, I'll try that later today, or tomorow.  Thanks again.
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