[Cerowrt-devel] Problem with Verizon fios router

Ernesto Elias ernestogelias at gmail.com
Wed Mar 19 10:36:59 EDT 2014

Ok everyone good news! I've managed to make cero the primary router with
ethernet from ont to cero then from the lan port of cero to the wan port of
the actiontec and I checked on the stb and I am able to go to video on
demand with no problem at all! Because I would rather much have the
wndr3800 route all the traffic and not actiontec! so thanks everyone for
your cooperation! :D

On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 8:17 AM, Toke Høiland-Jørgensen <toke at toke.dk>wrote:

> Ernesto Elias <ernestogelias at gmail.com> writes:
> > And Dave I am currently using cero that way, the WAN port of cero is
> > connected through the Lan port of the actiontec but if I try to bridge
> > the actiontec I will lose on demand.
> FWIW I've seen a similar setup where TV is provided by a set-top box
> that connects via the internet connection. I managed for a while to get
> it to work, but the provider has since changed the setup so the set-top
> box only works when plugged directly into the provider-supplied router.
> What did work for a while was proxying IGMP traffic from the LAN side of
> the cerowrt box. The set-top box worked by subscribing to a multicast
> stream in the provider's network, and having cerowrt proxy the
> subscription requests worked (for a while). Theoretically, pimd should
> do this, but as I recall I had to switch to igmpproxy to get it to work.
> This was not on-demand, but rather streaming IPTV, so it might be a
> different setup for you. Just thought I'd mention it as a data point... :)
> -Toke
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