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Cisco DPC3925 Bridged Mode dissapear

Hi guys, I'm having a trouble. My internet connection was bad days behind and I reseted my DPC3925 and, SURPRISE, the Working Mode selector dissapear and I can't put it in Bridged Mode to use with my Apple Airport Extreme.

thanks!

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I'm also investigating this

I'm also investigating this problem and can't find any reference to it.

I suspect that it has to do with the current firmware.

 

It is a life-ended product, and, on the user's guide there's no reference to any bridge option, but we know it was there. Also, there is no documented procedure to update the firmware.

The Open Source Disclaimer points to this e-mail reguarding questions about the software.

Btw, does anyone know what is the lattest firmware?

Maybe after resetting the modem, it refreshed its firmware... I guess.

Beginner

Same here, the option

Same here, the option disappeared and I cannot find any reference to this problem besides here!

Beginner

Some news, guys? I still

Some news, guys? I still waiting :/

Beginner

Hi,

Hi,

Is there solution already on this. Can anyone share please.

Thanks,

Ramon

Cisco Employee

Please follow the below steps

Please follow the below steps :

Step 0: (Optional) Disable Wireless
Step 1: Have Firefox + Firebug and go to the Maintenance page.
Step 2: Inspect the page with firebug, edit the HTML and find:
<!-- 2 -->
<!-- connection mode -->

(search for — connection mode --)

Now, above <!-- connection mode -->, insert the following code:

<div id="WorkingMode">
<table class="std">
<tr>
<td nowrap width="95">
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
dw(vbcontype2);
</script>Working Mode
</td>
<td>
<select name="working_mode" size="1" id="working_mode" onchange="selectWorkingMode()">
<option name="router" value=0><script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">dw(vbencap4);</script>Router</option>
<option name="bridged" value=1><script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">dw(vbencap5);</script>Bridged</option>
</select>
</td>
</tr>
</table>
</div>

You will now have the option to select bridge mode, if you have not set a password on the device, you must do so now in order to hit submit. You modem will reboot and be in bridge mode. To get back to router mode, hold the reset button for ten seconds.

Beginner

Hello,I tried the method

Hello,

I tried the method described and had no success.

My results:

- Used firebug as directed;

- Working mode selection appeared, selected Bridged;

- Typed username and password to be set;

- Hit save settings;

- Page refreshed, working mode disappeared (as expected);

- Password was set;

- Modem did not reboot;

- Did a Manual power circle, modem  restarted still in router mode;

What should I do?

Thanks in advance,

Daniel

Beginner

Guys??? The discussion is not

Guys??? The discussion is not dead!

Beginner

Doesn't work here too...By

Doesn't work here too...

The option Router/Bridged appears, but, when you press to Save Settings a black page write 404 FORBIDDEN appears. Look:

I'm same problem.

I'm same problem.

Beginner

Hi sobhardw. Do you found the

Hi sobhardw.

 

Do you found the problem?

 

Thanks.

Beginner

This is not working for me

This is not working for me either. I get the an 403 FORBIDDEN error.

Beginner

Re: Please follow the below steps

Same here... help please!

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