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You have an existing ISP supplied Router/Modem which is already set-up to provide an Internet Connection to the household LAN. Unfortunately, You cannot load Gargoyle directly onto the existing Router/Modem. You want to introduce a Gargoyle Router because it is awesome.


Introduce a new Gargoyle Router into an existing Household network.


Going forward, the most simple setup will see the Gargoyle router doing pretty much everything and the existing ISP supplied Router/Modem demoted to simple modem duties.

Prepare a Gargoyle Router

Reconfigure existing Modem/Router

To Bridge or not to Bridge, that is the question!

If you are configuring an ADSL modem then it is preferable (if possible) to put the modem into bridge mode; which in effect, will connect Gargoyle directly to your ISP.

Otherwise, if you cannot bridge, then set the Modem LAN IP Address to to form one node on a very simple network segment just between the Modem and the Gargoyle router (see below). Another network segment will connect all of your devices with IP addresses like 192.168.1.XXX

Physical Connections

Connect the Modem LAN port to the Gargoyle WAN port.

Configure Gargoyle

Gargoyle - Connection - Basic
To Bridge or not to Bridge
Internet / WAN Internet / WAN
Connect Via: PPPoE (Wired) Connect Via: Static IP (Wired)
User Name: from ISP Static IP:
Password: from ISP Subnet Mask:
Reconnect Mode: Keep Alive Gateway :
Local Network / LAN
Router IP:
Subnet Mask:
DNS Servers: Default DNS Servers Specified by ISP
Gargoyle - Connection - DHCP
LAN DHCP Server Enabled
DHCP range:
Lease Time: 2 hours

From here you can configure other features or scenarios as required.

scenario-modem.1430727930.txt.gz · Last modified: 2015/05/04 08:25 by nworbnhoj
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