GL-X3000 - Bridge Mode WAN IP Passthrough

@lizh @yuxin.zou

Hi there, any chance we could see this same passthrough for the X750V2 ?

@yuxin.zou

please post back what version will have this fix once it has been released.

Would it also be possible to enable “adding a custom APN Profile” in the web GUI or provide me with a terminal script/command to save it to the config file(so that when the device gets restarted that it is saved into the “running config” or how i can save my current config into the running config)?

Thanks

Hi, I just got a GL-X3000 and want to set it up as a modem-only failover cellular internet connection in case the main VDSL fails. Main router is an OPNsense.

When using this method here, I get IPv4 passthrough. When staying in router mode but enabling IPv6 passthrough, then - as the name suggests - you get passthrough on IPv6 (and NAT von IPv4).

But if I configure IPv6 passthrough and then enter bridge mode, I do not get passthrough on IPv4 and IPv6. Is there any way to enable bridge/passthrough mode for IPv4 and IPv6?

Hi dla:
Please help to exec the follow commands:

uci show network.modem_0001
uci show glmodem

X750V2 do not support the feature.

At current, It does not suport IPV4 and IPV6 passthrough at the same time.

Is this planned for the future? When using the Spitz AX just as an external modem bridged to another router, it would be very beneficial to be able to bridge Dual IP Stack.

This is the result of the commands after the router starts up and I manually adjust the APN for my fixed ip to work.


and this is what it looks like after a restart without modifying the APN

Is there any way to get an official statement of whether IPv4 and IPv6 passthrough at the same time will be supported in the future? The availability (or absense) of this option is a purchasing decision for me.