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Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

so basically ,, PN numbed the router to save money .
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Oh my god.... how fast is that!
Thank you so much for the clarity Matty123123.

Quote from: Matty123123
Righty...  After trying many little programs on the net, this appears to be the only working solution (to combine configs):
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/14878706/merge-xml-files-with-nested-elements-without-external-li...
As its using Python, it has the possibility to work across all OSes.
Copy-n-Paste it into e.g. combiner.py    (ignoring the line print '-'*20 at the bottom)

So, assuming your main-text-config is "sample1.xml"
and this is "sample2.xml"
[code=sample2.xml]<DslCpeConfig version="3.0">
<InternetGatewayDevice>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
<SshdCfg>
   <NetworkAccess>LAN</NetworkAccess>
</SshdCfg>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
<SshControl>
<Enable>TRUE</Enable>
<UserName>username-here</UserName>
<Password>password-here</Password>
</SshControl>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_SyslogCfg>
  <Status>Enabled</Status>
  <Option>local buffer</Option>
  <LocalDisplayLevel>Error</LocalDisplayLevel>
  <LocalLogLevel>Debug</LocalLogLevel>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_SyslogCfg>
</InternetGatewayDevice>
</DslCpeConfig>
[/code]
$ python combiner.py > new-config.conf

This method requires a full hierarchical tree defined.  In a previous post I purposely omitted the <DslCpeConfig version="3.0"> and <InternetGatewayDevice> which I should not have done that ! sorry.
I thought it would be easy to find a quick program  Smiley  I tried about a dozen "XML Mergers" and none of them worked correctly !  wow
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Quote from: keoki
...how to set a 2704n into bridge mode so I use it solely as a dsl modem.

Ahhh, modem only bridge mode.  I understand that.
Attached is the factory default config, with the adjustments - only tested with ADSL.
More detail:
In the text config (http://192.168.1.254/dumpcfgdynamic.cmd) find and delete this:
	  <Queue instance="35">
<QueueInterface>InternetGatewayDevice.WANDevice.1.WANConnectionDevice.2.WANDSLLinkConfig</QueueInterface>
<QueueWeight>1</QueueWeight>
<QueuePrecedence>8</QueuePrecedence>
<SchedulerAlgorithm>WRR</SchedulerAlgorithm>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueName>Default Queue</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueName>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_DslLatency>0</X_BROADCOM_COM_DslLatency>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueId>1</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueId>
 </Queue>
 <Queue instance="36">
<QueueInterface>InternetGatewayDevice.WANDevice.1.WANConnectionDevice.2.WANDSLLinkConfig</QueueInterface>
<QueueWeight>1</QueueWeight>
<SchedulerAlgorithm>WRR</SchedulerAlgorithm>
<ShapingBurstSize>3000</ShapingBurstSize>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueName>Acs Management Queue</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueName>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_DslLatency>0</X_BROADCOM_COM_DslLatency>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueId>2</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueueId>
 </Queue>

and delete this:
	  <WANConnectionDevice instance="1">
<WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>1</WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>0</WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANDSLLinkConfig>
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <LinkType>EoA</LinkType>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionMode>VlanMuxMode</X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionMode>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
</WANDSLLinkConfig>
<WANIPConnection instance="1">
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <ConnectionType>IP_Routed</ConnectionType>
 <Name>ipoe_0_0_35</Name>
 <AddressingType>Static</AddressingType>
 <ExternalIPAddress notification="2">10.0.0.1</ExternalIPAddress>
 <SubnetMask>255.255.255.254</SubnetMask>
 <DefaultGateway>10.0.0.2</DefaultGateway>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0.1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionId>1</X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionId>
 <PortMappingNumberOfEntries>0</PortMappingNumberOfEntries>
 <X_SAGEM_COM_IPoE_Rspping_enable>FALSE</X_SAGEM_COM_IPoE_Rspping_enable>
</WANIPConnection>
<WANIPConnection nextInstance="2" ></WANIPConnection>
 </WANConnectionDevice>
 <WANConnectionDevice instance="2">
<WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>0</WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>1</WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANDSLLinkConfig>
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <LinkType>PPPoA</LinkType>
 <DestinationAddress>PVC: 0/38</DestinationAddress>
 <ATMEncapsulation>VCMUX</ATMEncapsulation>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
</WANDSLLinkConfig>
<WANPPPConnection instance="1">
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <ConnectionType>IP_Routed</ConnectionType>
 <Name>pppoa_0_0_38</Name>
 <NATEnabled>TRUE</NATEnabled>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_FirewallEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_FirewallEnabled>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>
 <Username>tr069@plusdsl.net</Username>
 <Password>ZzBnMGcwZzAA</Password>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_LocalIPAddress>0.0.0.0</X_BROADCOM_COM_LocalIPAddress>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>pppoa1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
 <ExternalIPAddress notification="2">NULL</ExternalIPAddress>
 <DNSEnabled>TRUE</DNSEnabled>
 <PortMappingNumberOfEntries>0</PortMappingNumberOfEntries>
 <X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_retry_period>15</X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_retry_period>
 <X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_mtu>1500</X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_mtu>
 <X_SAGEM_COM_PPPoA_Rspping_enable>FALSE</X_SAGEM_COM_PPPoA_Rspping_enable>
</WANPPPConnection>
<WANPPPConnection nextInstance="2" ></WANPPPConnection>
 </WANConnectionDevice>
 <WANConnectionDevice nextInstance="3" ></WANConnectionDevice>

and replace the second part with this:
	  <WANConnectionDevice instance="1">
<WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>1</WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>0</WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
<WANDSLLinkConfig>
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <LinkType>EoA</LinkType>
 <DestinationAddress>PVC: 0/38</DestinationAddress>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
</WANDSLLinkConfig>
<WANIPConnection instance="1">
 <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
 <ConnectionType>IP_Bridged</ConnectionType>
 <Name>br_0_0_38</Name>
 <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
 <PortMappingNumberOfEntries>0</PortMappingNumberOfEntries>
</WANIPConnection>
<WANIPConnection nextInstance="2" ></WANIPConnection>
 </WANConnectionDevice>
 <WANConnectionDevice nextInstance="2" ></WANConnectionDevice>

Upload it back to here (http://192.168.1.254/updatesettings.html)
if you have a 'space' as the very first character, delete that.
+ delete the "Dump bytes allocated=163840 used=34147" at the bottom
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Hi - thinking of giving Matty123123's firmware a go as I want to turn the 2704n into a modem and use this to link to my own router.
I need to turn of DHCP on the 2704n in order to avoid network conflicts - does anyone know whether the options that Matty's firmware unlocks include this option?
My other idea was to use a DMZ on the 2704n and set specific IP for my other router on it. Then on my other router I would restrict the DHCP range to not include this IP to avoid conflicts. It looks like Matty's firmware would at least allow this.
As an aside, I'd be interested to know if anyone has any alternate/better for this setup!
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Quote from: plusnetalbert
I need to turn of DHCP on the 2704n

This is also possible on the stock Plusnet's firmware, just go to http://192.168.1.254/expert_user.html page.
Quote from: plusnetalbert
My other idea was to use a DMZ on the 2704n and set specific IP for my other router on it.

This should be possible on the stock Plusnet's firmware as well.
To turn your 2704N into a bridge, you don't need a modified software. You only need to download your current config via http://192.168.1.254/dumpcfgdynamic.cmd, modify it according to Matty123123's instructions and upload it back to the router.

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Ah thanks very much for clarifying - I'll try this  Smiley
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I couldn't get the bridge mode to work when I edited the config myself although I noticed the config dump is different for the second part that Matty123123 posted on the previous page. Mine is as follows. Not sure if there's any benefit to having the router in bridge mode vs disabling dhcp and configuring a DMZ for my main router though?
In any case simply taking the pre-configured config from Matty123123's post does work Smiley Can anyone advise what the stock username and password for logging in as admin is? Also are these stock bridge settings safe/secure enough to use as they are?
Finally I notice that if you plug in a laptop directly into the 2704N in bridge mode the dsl connection drops (as does the internet connection provided by my main router via the 2704N bridge). This maybe expected though or normal for a bridge? (I'm pretty clueless when it comes to this stuff).

   <WANConnectionDevice instance="1">
       <WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>1</WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
       <WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>0</WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
       <X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF4EndToEndLoopbackDiagnostics>
         <DiagnosticsState>Complete</DiagnosticsState>
         <Timeout>1000</Timeout>
       </X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF4EndToEndLoopbackDiagnostics>
       <X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF4LoopbackDiagnostics>
         <DiagnosticsState>Complete</DiagnosticsState>
         <Timeout>1000</Timeout>
       </X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF4LoopbackDiagnostics>
       <X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF5EndToEndLoopbackDiagnostics>
         <DiagnosticsState>Complete</DiagnosticsState>
         <Timeout>1000</Timeout>
       </X_BROADCOM_COM_WANATMF5EndToEndLoopbackDiagnostics>
       <WANDSLLinkConfig>
         <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
         <LinkType>EoA</LinkType>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionMode>VlanMuxMode</X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionMode>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
       </WANDSLLinkConfig>
       <WANATMF5LoopbackDiagnostics>
         <DiagnosticsState>Complete</DiagnosticsState>
         <NumberOfRepetitions>1</NumberOfRepetitions>
         <Timeout>1000</Timeout>
       </WANATMF5LoopbackDiagnostics>
       <WANIPConnection instance="1">
         <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
         <ConnectionType>IP_Routed</ConnectionType>
         <Name>ipoe_0_0_35</Name>
         <AddressingType>Static</AddressingType>
         <ExternalIPAddress notification="2">10.0.0.1</ExternalIPAddress>
         <SubnetMask>255.255.255.254</SubnetMask>
         <DefaultGateway>10.0.0.2</DefaultGateway>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>
         <DNSServers>0.0.0.0,0.0.0.0</DNSServers>
         <MACAddress>44:e9:dd:af:00:77</MACAddress>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm0.1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionId>1</X_BROADCOM_COM_ConnectionId>
         <PortMappingNumberOfEntries>0</PortMappingNumberOfEntries>
         <X_SAGEM_COM_IPoE_Rspping_enable>FALSE</X_SAGEM_COM_IPoE_Rspping_enable>
       </WANIPConnection>
       <WANIPConnection nextInstance="2" ></WANIPConnection>
     </WANConnectionDevice>
     <WANConnectionDevice instance="2">
       <WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>0</WANIPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
       <WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>1</WANPPPConnectionNumberOfEntries>
       <WANDSLLinkConfig>
         <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
         <LinkType>PPPoA</LinkType>
         <DestinationAddress>PVC: 0/38</DestinationAddress>
         <ATMEncapsulation>VCMUX</ATMEncapsulation>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_ATMEnbQos>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_GrpPrecedence>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>8</X_BROADCOM_COM_QueuePrecedence>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>atm1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
       </WANDSLLinkConfig>
       <WANPPPConnection instance="1">
         <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
         <ConnectionType>IP_Routed</ConnectionType>
         <Name>pppoa_0_0_38</Name>
         <NATEnabled>TRUE</NATEnabled>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_FirewallEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_FirewallEnabled>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>TRUE</X_BROADCOM_COM_IGMPEnabled>
         <Username>myusername@plusdsl.net</Username>
         <Password>mypassword</Password>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_LocalIPAddress>0.0.0.0</X_BROADCOM_COM_LocalIPAddress>
         <X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>pppoa1</X_BROADCOM_COM_IfName>
         <ExternalIPAddress notification="2">myIP</ExternalIPAddress>
         <DNSEnabled>TRUE</DNSEnabled>
         <DNSServers>212.159.6.10,212.159.6.9</DNSServers>
         <MACAddress>mymacaddress</MACAddress>
         <PortMappingNumberOfEntries>0</PortMappingNumberOfEntries>
         <X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_retry_period>15</X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_retry_period>
         <X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_mtu>1492</X_SAGEM_COM_ppp_mtu>
         <X_SAGEM_COM_PPPoA_Rspping_enable>FALSE</X_SAGEM_COM_PPPoA_Rspping_enable>
       </WANPPPConnection>
       <WANPPPConnection nextInstance="2" ></WANPPPConnection>
     </WANConnectionDevice>
     <WANConnectionDevice nextInstance="3" ></WANConnectionDevice>
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Quote from: plusnetalbert
In any case simply taking the pre-configured config from Matty123123's post does work Smiley Can anyone advise what the stock username and password for logging in as admin is?

There are no username/password tags in the Matty123123's bridge config, so default ones should work. Try "admin" as a password. If this woudn't work, try the one written on the sticker on your router.

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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

@plusnetalbert, Hello, I would recommend removing/changing your password from your previous post.  It looks like a human made password to me.

Sidenote: to other plusnet users: dont post your routers serial number.... due to a probable security flaw.
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Quote from: plusnetalbert
I couldn't get the bridge mode to work when I edited the config myself although I noticed the config dump is different for the second part .......

Ahh yes, that config I posted was factory-default-config,  it does change to look like yours after the first time it connects and it talks and changes the router.
I did notice that you highlighted the same area.  So you can delete the part you highlighted, and replace it with the 'second part'.

Regarding whats the point of this Modem BridgeMode.... I dont know Huh
The only use I had for it was years ago...  when I manipulated the high-priority flags in my IP packets.  So I could get my Glastonbury festival tickets easier.  It did not work though !!!!
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Ah good info thanks both - I've removed the things I thought were more personal in my config dump.
Well the bridge mode seems to be working - I assume bridge mode offers more of a raw signal to the outside world and so at least in theory is less convoluted (not going through firewall, DHCP, etc) before it reaches my main router.
Sorry you didn't get you glasto tickets!

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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

This doesn't appear to work on FTTC, tried various edits of the config with no success as yet.
Just keep getting.....

Quote from: Matty123123
Hello,
Quote from: 11110_110
uploading the config with the lines shown below added to the bottom with no gaps

hmmm, that might be problem - if I've understood you right.
You need to intergrate those (easy to read) snippets into your current config.
E.G. current Config
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<DslCpeConfig version="3.0">
<InternetGatewayDevice>
<LANDeviceNumberOfEntries>1</LANDeviceNumberOfEntries>
<WANDeviceNumberOfEntries>1</WANDeviceNumberOfEntries>
<DeviceInfo>
  <ManufacturerOUI>001556</ManufacturerOUI>
  <ProductClass>Plusnet F@ST 2704N ADSL</ProductClass>
  <FirstUseDate>0001-01-01T00:00:00Z</FirstUseDate>
  <VendorConfigFileNumberOfEntries>0</VendorConfigFileNumberOfEntries>
</DeviceInfo>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
  <DnsProxyCfg>
<DeviceDomainName>lan</DeviceDomainName>
<DeviceHostName>dsldevice</DeviceHostName>
  </DnsProxyCfg>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_EthernetSwitch>
  <NumberOfVirtualPorts>4</NumberOfVirtualPorts>
  <EnableVirtualPorts>TRUE</EnableVirtualPorts>
  <IfName>NULL</IfName>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_EthernetSwitch>

Into:
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<DslCpeConfig version="3.0">
<InternetGatewayDevice>
<LANDeviceNumberOfEntries>1</LANDeviceNumberOfEntries>
<WANDeviceNumberOfEntries>1</WANDeviceNumberOfEntries>
<DeviceInfo>
  <ManufacturerOUI>001556</ManufacturerOUI>
  <ProductClass>Plusnet F@ST 2704N ADSL</ProductClass>
  <FirstUseDate>0001-01-01T00:00:00Z</FirstUseDate>
  <VendorConfigFileNumberOfEntries>0</VendorConfigFileNumberOfEntries>
</DeviceInfo>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
  <DnsProxyCfg>
<DeviceDomainName>lan</DeviceDomainName>
<DeviceHostName>dsldevice</DeviceHostName>
  </DnsProxyCfg>
  <SshdCfg>
<NetworkAccess>LAN</NetworkAccess>
  </SshdCfg>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_AppCfg>
<SshControl>
  <Enable>TRUE</Enable>
  <UserName>username-here</UserName>
  <Password>password-here</Password>
</SshControl>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_SyslogCfg>
  <Status>Enabled</Status>
  <Option>local buffer</Option>
  <LocalDisplayLevel>Error</LocalDisplayLevel>
  <LocalLogLevel>Debug</LocalLogLevel>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_SyslogCfg>
<X_BROADCOM_COM_EthernetSwitch>
  <NumberOfVirtualPorts>4</NumberOfVirtualPorts>
  <EnableVirtualPorts>TRUE</EnableVirtualPorts>
  <IfName>NULL</IfName>
</X_BROADCOM_COM_EthernetSwitch>

Luckily Gaps and Leading spaces does not make a difference.
I wonder.... would people like a little program to (sort-of) easily adjust the config ?
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

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This doesn't appear to work on FTTC, tried various edits of the config with no success as yet.

Oh thats odd?.  I tried using Apple Line-Endings and that worked too.
You could try the attached config? its a factory default > switched to fibre > added SysLog & SSH, but as I dont have fibre, so I can't test it.
Web GUI login will be your normal password or "admin"
You can see the default SSH username / password on line 28 / 29.
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

Cheers matty, I'll have a look at that approach then because it should be a very simple process that just isn't working for me for some reason.
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Re: Unlocking the potential of Sagemcom 2704N

3_6, what's the point in turning 2704N into a bridge if you already have the OpenReach bridge? Is there a serious reason for having two bridges in a row?

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