My Isp tech arrived later yesterday afternoon and worked on my problem. He told me that for some reason all their new visionnet routers had no capability of being bridged, a fault he’s trying to correct with visionnet with a firmware up grade. This guy is the top tech from their main office. My particular router is an older on one that he said he might be able to get working but not in bridge mode, that wasn’t possible. As far as me purchasing a modem myself he said that would be difficult to find and it must support PPoa even then he wasnt sure if they could get it to work. First he turned off the wi-fi capability of the visionnet then made adjustment in an area customers don’t have access, via his laptop computer? He said the dsl signal was now set to pass directly to my Asus router and none of the network ports would function except the one connecting the visionnet to the Asus. This apparently wasn’t true but I’ll get back to that and the problems encounter after he left. He suggested a static IP address for the VPN as he has set up many. The problem with this is $15.00 per month for a static IP and $50.00 setup fee. So on with the present problem. I connected my cameras to the Asus router no signal. So on the off chance the visionnet router was still functioning I plugged in the cameras. They worked but a short time later my internet was disconnected. After a few more trial and error attempts it appears the visionnet is still operating but stops shortly after when the cameras are plugged in. I disconnected the cameras from the visionnet and all is well except no cameras. What to do next? Should I reinstall BI, Asus firewall issue, etc.? I don’t want to start changing things without some advice first. Thanks for all the help so far.