Hey all. I was just wondering if the HTC 5G Hub is capable of supporting bridge mode, or has a DMZ. I'm looking at this device for our business purposes, and we just need it to be a reliable connection, and for it to obey our security/port-forwarding rules. Ideally, I'd like to just put it in bridge mode and have our routers perform all the routing functions, but as long as it respects port forwarding rules or has a DMZ, I'll be happy (looking at replacing a device which, unbelievably, just doesn't obey the port forwarding rules you set on it - AT&T just straight disabled that feature, so we're looking to take our business elsewhere).
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Howdy sudoISS. We spoke on another thread last week. I looked in to this device and I'm not seeing any option to change the NAT setting. It appears to no longer be an option. I've also looked into the port forwarding option on the device, and again I'm not seeing anything.
Have you looked into the advance setting on your device to see if port forwarding is an option?
We haven't purchased the device yet - I'm looking into it before we purchase, to make sure that it will be suitable for our requirements. We really like the $60 monthly plan with a 100GB data cap, but... if we can't forward ports and have control of our network, then it's useless to us. We're not just browsing the internet at these locations, we need to be able to access and control our network.
I guess my big question is this:
Is there an admin page that I am able to access via a web browser (or even via an SSH connection) that would allow me to configure settings?