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Using Bezeq's Di Link 6740u as a simple switch


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I burned to 6740u g2, of Firmware of However refuses to work as a switch. Bezeq may have blocked the option. Micho idea? Or how to turn a flash router back into an authentic link? Replacing eeprom?

 Thanks in advance

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So on further examination, it does work. Wired communication without any problem. It is important that the network be at 192.168.2 if there is a plan to manage the link. DHCP should be disabled.


If you also want a "foot" wifi, you have to configure and run wifi but 

1) The old SMT700 tablet does not get IP at all and cannot be inserted manually

2) The Windows and LE MAX2 and S10E phones get IP according to the MAC as I have configured the DHCP of my router or a first address is available if I have not configured according to the MAC

My conclusion is that the DHCP protocol probably gets a bit messy when going through the WiFi of the link

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