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I'm currently with Rogers, but we're using a lot of iTunes rentals, Netflix (used during day for kids content), and we watch most TV shows via the web. We've gone into excess charges the last 3 months now so I'm bailing and going to BellAliant Internet.

I do have a question before I do that however. Do you have to go with their free wireless router, or can you go with a normal modem? I use a Cisco ASA and need the modem to do nothing more than allow the ASA to use a public IP in a similar fashion to the Rogers modem. Is that possible, or is it possible to set the BellAliant modem/router to do this?

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I have Bell Aliant FiberOp and you can definitely set it for transparent bridging, and it works great. Public IP straight through to your downstream PC or router.
I use the DMZ+ mode with WAN IP mapping. The modem is the 2Wire 3800HGV-B Gateway.
 
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