6. Select the By bridge group radio button.
7. Select a Wired Ports check box or a Wireless check box:
If your device is connected to an Ethernet port on the router, select the Wired Ports check box that
corresponds to the Ethernet port on the router to which the device is connected.
If your device is connected to your router’s WiFi network, select the Wireless check box that corresponds to
the router’s WiFi network to which the device is connected.
You must select at least one Wired Ports or Wireless check box. You can select more than
one check box.
8. Click the Apply button.
Your settings are saved.
Set Up a Bridge for a VLAN Tag Group
If the devices that are connected to the router’s Ethernet LAN ports or WiFi network include an IPTV device, your
ISP might require you to set up a bridge for a VLAN tag group for the router’s Internet interface.
If you are subscribed to IPTV service, the router might require VLAN tags to distinguish between the Internet traffic
and the IPTV traffic. A bridge with a VLAN tag group prevents packets that are sent between the IPTV device and
the router’s Internet port from being processed through the router’s network address translation (NAT) service.
You can add VLAN tag groups to a bridge and assign VLAN IDs and priority values to each VLAN tag group.
To add a VLAN tag group and enable the bridge:
1. Launch a web browser from a computer or WiFi device that is connected to the network.
2. Enter http://www.routerlogin.net.
A login window opens.
3. Enter the router user name and password.
Network Settings
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