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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    It's RIP in every region. Asking for a higher tier will get you nowhere.. they are not customer facing and you're just wrong. Static IPs will not route if the SMC is placed into a bridge mode, plain and simple. A full on bridge mode, mind you, means that the SMC is effectively a...
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    Sounds good, boss.
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    With Comcast Business Static IPs you can't be in a full on bridge mode...In your scenario, you're either paying for Static IPs and not using them or you are using a dynamic IP.
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    Yea. I really haven't stressed this a ton as I've focused on getting you to use your Static IP. But maybe start here if you're concerned about the technical side setting up a VPN... - https://openvpn.net/index.php/access-server/docs/quick-start-guide.html
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    A few of the replies you're getting are a bit misguided. If your SMC was put into bridge mode you would not be able to route the Public Static IPs that you purchased from Comcast. It would bridge the device to the WAN interface on your Cisco and you would pull a public IP, sure, but it would...
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    Oh yea. That too :)
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    Comcast Business Gateway to router

    Cut out a good deal from the quote. Use your usable Static IP and bypass the SMC for sure. If say, 50.130.100.100 is your SMC gateway. You can assign the following to your WAN interface on your Cisco (this assumes that you only purchased a single Static IP from Comcast Business)...
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    Cablemodem assigning private IPs

    SB6121 only has a "bridge" mode. I'm going to have to agree with hawk82...call Comcast and get the T4 issue fixed.
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    Cablemodem assigning private IPs

    If you assign your usable Static IP to your own router, place it in the correct subnet, and use the Static Gateway IP (one above your Usable IP) you aren't going to be subject to the SMC's internal DHCP/NAT.
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    Returning Comcast Modem - without power cable?

    More poor design than money grab, but I don't necessarily disagree.
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    Returning Comcast Modem - without power cable?

    If you have a Static IP you have to use the SMC (8014 or D3) rental. Otherwise, definitely get the SB6121.
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    Comcast Business Class

    I work for Comcast Business Class (in fact, Atlanta is in my support area..sup OP) and this post is wrong.
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    Philadelphia Area

    Do you guys still do these? My friend and I might be down for some Philly area LAN parties.
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    Your home ESX server lab hardware specs?

    Built a home lab that some of you might want me to test specific stuff with so feel free to shoot me PMs. I'm new to this, just begining to work on VCP cert studies...so might need some specific instructions for some stuff. i7-2600 http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=52213 BOXDQ67SWB3 (Intel...
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