I've recently been assigned a static IP by my ISP provider (Sonic.net). My previous setting was with the modem configured to connect using static IP and the Airport Extreme as a bridge. NAT and DHCP were done at the modem, but I couldn't get WOL (Wake On LAN) to work (an Apple technote specifies that this setup won't).
Now I've set up my modem as a bridge and configured the Airport Extreme to handle everything. I've set it up as a static IP and activated DHCP and NAT. I can connect to the Internet perfectly and everything else (connection-wise) works. Yet to try remote access and WOL.
The only problem is that I can't access the modem's admin panel. This should be at 192.168.1.1, but I can't get to it. I think the Airport Extreme is assuming .1 as its internal address.
Is there any way to access the modem in that setup unless directly linked to it (by Ethernet cable)? Will giving the modem another IP (say .201, out of Airport's DHCP range) work? Can I change the Airport's internal address somehow?
EDIT: I've managed to assign the modem an IP of 192.168.0.1, so it should be in another subnet, but this traceroute shows it hopping out after hitting local router.