I get stuck on:
:eth bridge ifdelete intf=ethport4
Now... If i have my laptop connected to the hub on 1,2 or 3 of the ethernet ports when i run this one command I get the error:
Invalid interfact name
Bad value for parameter 'intf'
But all the other commands run fine, i tried plugging the ethernet from my cable modem into ETH4 and connecting (wireless and hardwire) but still had no internet connection.
So then i tried running the list when connected to the Hub on ETH4, when i ran the :eth bridge ifdelete intf=ethport4
Command it simply booted me fromt he router (im guessing this disables ETH4 or something?)
Ok so THEN i thought maybe if i run the commands plugged into ETH4 and then when it boots me plug into ETH1 i can carry on wiht the commands, which I did but when i tested the internet again it did not work!
Whenever I want to reuse an old HomeHub - which isn't often because I regard them as useless - I simply set it as an access point and only use it for its ability to transmit what it receives from a separate MODEM. Why hack when the answer was in the settings all along.
I can't tell you right now how I do it because I don't have one to mess around with but it can work without an ADSL signal coming through it from the telephone. Any port will do as an uplink.