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Hello - I have a scenario where I need to override the NETMASK that is being assigned by the cellular provider. How can I do this in the configuration of the RUT240 device?

I tried to manually edit /etc/config/network and add an "option netmask '255.255.255.224'" to both the config interface 'wan' section and to the config interface 'ppp' section and neither worked.

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Hi,

As your IP address that you get from your operator is NAT'ed through their system it is not possible to change the outcome. Subnet of the network that you're joined with is set from operator side and you can only assign your own subnet for the network that you're creating.