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I have an RTP300 that is connected as follows:

Cable Modem <- RTP300
<- Netgear WGR614v6 ... Netgear WGPS616 <- Computer

The issue is that I have a double NAT going on, because the RTP does it and then the WGR does it again. Everything works, but I was wondering whether I could get rid of the double NAT

So the question is this: there's a page called Setting / Advanced Routing on the RTP300 that allows one to disable the firewall and NAT. But what does this mean precisely? When I do it, I still see 192.168.15.* addresses on the LAN side. It's still pulling down an IP number form the ISP, rather than leaving that to the WGR. It's still acting as a DNS, etc. (Though I can turn it off on the Basic Settings page.) It seems to me that without NAT, the device should act essentially as a neutral hub, just passing everything through to the WAN side, but that isn't what's happening...

I see in some of the threads (eg <a href="I have an RTP300 that is connected as follows:

Cable Modem <- RTP300
<- Netgear WGR614v6 ... Netgear WGPS616 <- Computer

The issue is that I have a double NAT going on, because the RTP does it and then the WGR does it again. Everything works, but I was wondering whether I could get rid of the double NAT

So the question is this: there's a page called Setting / Advanced Routing on the RTP300 that allows one to disable the firewall and NAT. But what does this mean precisely? When I do it, I still see 192.168.15.* addresses on the LAN side. It's still acting as a DNS, etc. (Though I can turn it off on the Basic Settings page.) It seems to me that without NAT, the device should act essentially as a neutral hub, just passing everything through to the WAN side, but that isn't what's happening... So what is it doing precisely?

I see in some of the threads (eg <a href="http://www.vonage-forum.com/ftopic9245.html">this one</a>)
that some people have linked the LAN side to the WAN side. I don't get the point of this. In that setup, doesn't the RTP300 just need to be connected on its WAN side to the other router, and nothing on the LAN side?

Thanks for any assistance...



Read The Full Thread:

What does Disable NAT & Firewall actually do?


Don't know how I messed up the post... here it is again: I have an RTP300 that
The question I have for you is why do you think double NAT is causing you an issue?
The reason I want to disable the NAT on the RPT300 is that I often use ssh to work on
In your setup, if you disable NAT on the RPT300 you won't be able to access the Internet.
When I tried it I was actually able to access the internet. Maybe it doesn't do anything. What
remember that every setup is different. But this is why I did what I did. setup
Something is a little squirrely with your setup or the RTP300 isn't actually disabling
When I tried it I was actually able to access the internet. Maybe it doesn't do anything. What
My setup works fine and I have the WAN port of the WGR connected to a LAN port of the

enodo posted "I have an RTP300 that is connected as follows: Cable Modem <- RTP300" on 11/03/2005

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