Ok. So the LTE Bridge Mode doesn’t count as been a Bridge Mode function? Because it gives you the option of Wireless Broadband Mode, From what I understand it functions as LTE Modem/Gateway/Wifi Router and the other option is LTE Bridge Mode which I thought was something to be like a traditional Bridge Mode function on a wireline gateway?! Thanks.
So are you still just trying to get around NAT? Even if it were possible to bridge it, NAT will still be there due to how the way the connection is set up for all of the smart hubs.
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I use have the equipment sitting on a shelf and use other (unlocked and usable to any North American Cell service) and have a Modem that is LTE Bridgeable and a Router that is capable.
The feed in is ok because i blast a movie once in a whlie and use the rest for monitoring equipment so a lot of speed is not a big issue....however for gamers that want.to movies/surf/do what ever all at the same time 25g/s will crash