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G1100 Bridging Guide

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Before proceeding, you must:

disconnect all devices, whether through Ethernet, coax, or WiFi, from Fios-G1100, except the computer that you plan to access Fios-G1100's web graphical user interface (GUI).
disconnect WAN Ethernet or WAN coaxial cable from Fios-G1100. The front globe LED should now illuminate red.
confirm that you have sucessfully set up another primary router. The primary router has Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) enabled.
Proceed

End of the Tutorial

You have finished Fios-G1100 bridging guide.

You can now connect an Ethernet cable between a LAN port on the Fios-G1100 and a LAN port on your primary router.

If you need additional assistance, please leave a message on the dicussion board.

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Status

Router Status:

Ethernet/Coax Status: Cable Disconnected

IPv4 Address: 0.0.0.0

Quick Links

My Network

Primary Network
  • Mobile-Generic0
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Wireless 5G
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.100
    Status:
    Inactive
  • Computer-Accessing-G1100-GUI
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Ethernet
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.101
    Status:
    Active
  • ECB5240M-0708
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Coax
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.102
    Status:
    Inactive
Guest Network

Verizon Zone

My Network

Primary Network
  • Mobile-Generic0
    Device Options
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Wireless 5G
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.100
    IPv4 Address Allocation:
    DHCP
    MAC Address:
    02:7a:90:2a:00:c1
    Status:
    Inactive
  • Computer-Accessing-G1100-GUI
    Device Options
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Ethernet
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.101
    IPv4 Address Allocation:
    Static
    MAC Address:
    1e:34:20:cd:21:02
    Status:
    Active
  • ECB5240M-0708
    Device Options
    Connected To:
    Fios_Quantum_Gateway
    Connection:
    Coax
    IPv4 Address:
    192.168.1.102
    IPv4 Address Allocation:
    DHCP
    MAC Address:
    10:78:5b:00:00:00
    Status:
    Inactive
Guest Network

Network Connections

NOTE: Only advanced technical users should use this feature.
Name
Status
Action
Connected
Connected
Connected
Connected
Connected
Disconnected
Full status
Detect broadband connection
Basic
Advanced

Network Connections

Note: Only advanced technical users should use this feature.

Network (Home/Office) Properties

Note: Only advanced technical users should use this feature.
Name:
Status:
Connected
Network:
Network (Home/Office)
Underlying Device:
Connection Type:
Bridge
MAC Address:
48:5d:36:00:00:00
IP Address:
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.0
DHCP Server
Received Packets:
0
Sent Packets:
0
Time Span:
2600:00:00
Apply
Cancel
Settings

Network (Home/Office) Properties

NOTE: Only advanced technical users should use this feature.
General
Status:
Connected
Network:
Network (Home/Office)
Broadband Connection
Network (Home/Office)
DMZ
Connection Type:
Bridge
Physical Address:
48:5d:36:00:00:00
MTU:
Automatic
Automatic
Automatic by DHCP
Manual
Internet Protocol:
Use the Following IP Address
Use the Following IP Address
IP Address:
.
.
.
Subnet Mask:
.
.
.
Bridge
Name
VLANs
Status
Action
Network (Home/Office)
Disabled
Connected
Disabled
Disconnected
Edit
Disabled
Connected
Edit
Disabled
Connected
Edit
Disabled
Connected
Edit
Disabled
Connected
Edit
IP Address Distribution:
DHCP Server
Disabled
DHCP Server
Start IP Address:
.
.
.
End IP Address:
.
.
.
WINS Server:
.
.
.
Lease Time in Minutes:
IP Address Distribution According to DHCP Option 60 (Vendor Class Identifier)
Vendor Class ID:
IP Address:
MAC Address:
QoS
Routing Table
Name
Destination
Gateway
Netmask
Metric
Status
Action
Add new route
Apply
Cancel

Broadband Connection (Ethernet/Coax) Properties

Broadband Connection (Ethernet/Coax) Properties

Connected Devices

Ethernet :
1
Wireless 5G :
1
Wireless 2.4G :
0
Coax :
1
Interactive Guide: How to bridge a Fios-G1100 (G1100) into an existing network
Get Started
Step1 After logging into the G1100, click "My Network" tab in the main navigation bar. Next
Step2 Click "Network Connections" tab in the left submenu. Next
Step3 Click "Network (Home/Office)" hyperlink in the Network Connections section. Next
Step4 Click "Settings" at the bottom of Network (Home/Office) Properties. Next
Step5 Under General section, change "IP Address" to one that has not been assigned. For example, if your main router uses 192.168.1.1, you can change the "IP Address" to 192.168.1.254 Next
Step6 Under IP Address Distribution section, change the dropdown "IP Address Distribution" to "Disabled." Next
Step7 Click "Apply" at the bottom of the page to apply the changes. Notice: Router GUI may disconnect. You need to use the new IP address to access the GUI. Finish

This interactive guide demonstrates how to bridge your Fios-G1100 into an existing network. If you need further assistance after finishing the guide, please post in the discussion board below.

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