Can someone explain bridge mode?
Got an Eero 6 pro with a Frontier install. Don't need a router since I have my own but I can't seem to pull an IP with my router. Frontier support is completely useless.
I can get an IP with the Eero. So I figured I'd put it in bridge mode and use my router behind it.
I put it in bridge and my laptop, connected wirelessly, gets the public address, not the router wired to the second port.
Is this the expected outcome??
Not really useful as a bridge.
Thanks for the step by step tutorial. Works like a charm! The solution worked for me thanks to the community and the members for the solution.
- 1 yr agoLast active