Yes. To configure your WRP400 to function in bridging mode, use a browser to access the WRP400's web-UI > Setup > Advanced Settings > Advanced Routing > NAT > Disabled
Disabled mode==Bridging mode
NAT mode==Routing mode
Edit March 17, 2009: The WRP400 does not support bridging mode. The Admin Guide currently implies that it does, but is referring to SPA devices. I will have the document updated to reflect that WRP400 bridging is not a supported feature.
I would also like to bridge the WAN port with the four LAN ports, an equivalent setup as the "Bridge" networking mode for the SPA2102 (DHCP for the SPA2102 internet access and both ethernet ports bridged together).
Disabling the NAT does not seem to do this. I tested with firmware version 1.01.00 and 2.00.05.
Is it supposed to do this ? Does another option is needed, like Static IP for WAN setup instead of DHCP or else ?
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