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Connecting a third-party router to your home network Before you can connect a third-party router to your Verizon network, you must first change your Verizon modem, gateway, or router to bridge mode.  In bridge mode, the Verizon hardware becomes a pass-through device allowing your third party router to function properly.

Use the illustrations below to select the type of Verizon hardware you're using. The steps for changing the Verizon device to bridge mode vary according to the type of hardware you're using.

VersaLink 7500 gateway VersaLink 327W gateway
VersaLink 7500 gateway

VersaLink 327W gateway

Actiontec 704WG gatewayWestell 6100 modem
Actiontec 704WG gateway Westell 6100 modem

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