Gary78 wrote:The simple way would be to connect a LAN port of the Zyxel to the WAN port of your own router.
Then setup your own router as you would normally for it to handle routing & DHCP.
If Zhonghua haven't changed the default login for the Zyxel, you should be able to go to 192.168.1.1 and log in with 'user' as the name and password.
warpandas wrote:Does anyone have a guide somewhere or a list of steps on how to disable the DHCP server on the Zyxel and use my own router as the DHCP server?
Doraemonster wrote:warpandas wrote:Does anyone have a guide somewhere or a list of steps on how to disable the DHCP server on the Zyxel and use my own router as the DHCP server?
I have my own router's WAN interface connected to the CT modem (which, I just checked, is also a P874). The router is set up to connect with PPPoE, and I also use it as the DHCP server for my own local network. The router also has a DHCP client to retrieve the public address for the WAN interface. No problems whatsoever. I did not need to change any DHCP settings on the CT modem.
warpandas wrote:1. Do you turn off the PPPoE on the Zyxel?
warpandas wrote:2. Do you use any of the other LAN ports on the Zyxel?
warpandas wrote:3. How do you set up a DHCP client on the 2nd router to retrieve the public address for the WAN interface?
warpandas wrote:4. How do you connect to the Zyxel router's web interface when you are connected through the 2nd router?
warpandas wrote:5. How do you set up DMZ via the 2nd router and then through the Zyxel router? For example, if I have a computer on the 2nd router that I want DMZ-ed, how does that work?
warpandas wrote:6. What about a static ip account with CHT Hinet? I can set up PPPoE that's a dynamic IP through the 2nd router but unable to do it with a static IP account.
warpandas wrote:Would you mind attaching some screenshots of both router's web interface settings to show how to set this up?
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