sakendrick wrote:So I was able to get bridge mode to stick, but then none of my devices connected to the 9250 could obtain a network connection. Back to my original question
my main wireless router is 192.168.2.1
Does that mean I have to set the 9250 WAN address to 192.168.2.2 (for example), and is there another LAN address I have to worry about?
The WAN address depends on the system you are getting internet from. It can be a static or dynamic IP or what what ever type of connection is needed.
Then if I have a wired device connected to the 9250, assuming the 9250 is not in router mode, what would the possible IP address be and what should the DNS, and gateway be set to?
I would expect your router should be set to provide DHCP Automatically (you set this up 192.168.2.100 to 192.168.2.200). The gateway address should be the device that is providing internet (in front of the router)
Thanks in advance
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