How to use your own router with Bell Fibe internet by enabling Advanced DMZ

Bell Fibe Internet or Bell Aliant FiberOP Internet is a popular choice among Atlantic Canadians. It’s one of the fastest providers in the country with no bandwidth limitations. However the equipment provided by Bell and Bell Aliant may not suit everyone’s needs. If you’ve tried to attach a router to a Bell modem you will quickly realize that multiple internal networks are created as the Bell modem also acts as a router and wireless access point. It becomes convoluted if you require port forwarding as the rules would have to be configured on both the Bell equipment as well as your router. To make matters worse, the Bell equipment could interfere with your personal router’s wireless network performance. There’s a better way to use your own personal router with Bell Fibe Internet.  (more…)