How To Put Spectrum Router in Bridge Mode?
Setting up your
router in Spectrum Bridge mode allows data to pass through the router directly without any routing and NAT (Network Address Translation). Are you looking for the quick steps to put Spectrum router in Bridge mode? Then follow the steps mentioned below.
Router Spectrum Router in Bridge Mode
Setting Up Spectrum Router In Bridge Mode
First, connect the Spectrum router to the Windows computer using a standard Ethernet cable.
One end of the Ethernet cable should be connected to the router's LAN port and the other end to the computer's network port.
You can also connect your computer wirelessly using the Wi-Fi network credentials.
If you are connecting the router to your computer for the first time, identify the network credentials from the label attached to the router's backside.
Once you have connected the computer and the router, open the default browser.
Enter the router's IP address in the URL field and press the Enter key to open the router's login portal.
You can identify the router's IP address using the Command Prompt app.
To do so, click the Start menu and type 'cmd' in the search panel to put Spectrum router in Bridge mode
From the search result, give a right-click on the
Command Prompt tab and select the Run as administrator option.
Command Prompt window, type 'ipconfig' and press the Enter key.
Navigate to the
Default Gateway field to identify your router's IP address.
Use the router's IP address to open the login portal in the browser.
Enter the router's login credentials in the required fields and click the
Login button to access the router's administrative interface.
Now, turn off the Routing, Wireless, DHCP, and Firewall settings.
Next, go to the
LAN Settings section and click the NAT drop-down arrow.
Bridged option from the drop-down list.
Apply to apply the changes.
Now you successfully put Spectrum router in Bridge mode.