Re: getting out of bridge mode

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On Tue, 21 May 2024, Samuel Sieb wrote:

You probably need your ISP to do that. Once it's in bridge mode, it's basically invisible. Whatever device is connected to it has a direct internet connection now. You might be able to access it if you can figure out the IP address. Do you remember what its IP address was before it went to bridge mode? If so, you can try setting the attached device to a static IP address in the same range and try to connect. gets me to the router login page.
I just cannot login any more.
I have logged in before.
My expectation is that I can get it out of bridge mode if I can login.
The attached device is a Midco-supplied Tivo.
I think I could get it to tell me its IP address,
but I suspect it wouldn't matter,
as I am not trying to connect my PC to the Tivo.
Also the cable from my office to the Tivo in
the living room would be a major tripping hazard.

How do I figure out why I cannot login?

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