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In <b>Passthrough</b> mode the router assigns its mobile WAN IP address to another device. It is similar to <i>Bridge</i> mode, except in Passthrough mode other devices can still connect to the router and get LAN IP addresses and both other clients and the router retain Internet access, while Bridge mode also disables the router's DHCP Server.
 
In <b>Passthrough</b> mode the router assigns its mobile WAN IP address to another device. It is similar to <i>Bridge</i> mode, except in Passthrough mode other devices can still connect to the router and get LAN IP addresses and both other clients and the router retain Internet access, while Bridge mode also disables the router's DHCP Server.
  
To begin configuring Passthrough mode, make sure that WAN failover is turned off and mobile is set as main WAN in the <i>Network → [[{{{name}}} WAN|WAN]]</i> page. Then in the <i>Network → Mobile</i> page select <i>Mode: Passthrough</i> in the mobile configuration section. You will then see additional configuration fields appear at the bottom of the section.
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To begin configuring Passthrough mode, make sure that WAN failover is turned off and mobile is set as main WAN in the <i>Network → [[{{{name}}}<nowiki> WAN|WAN]]</nowiki></i> page. Then in the <i>Network → Mobile</i> page select <i>Mode: Passthrough</i> in the mobile configuration section. You will then see additional configuration fields appear at the bottom of the section.
  
 
<b>Important</b>: using Passthrough mode will disable most of the router’s other capabilities.
 
<b>Important</b>: using Passthrough mode will disable most of the router’s other capabilities.

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