UPDATE: Recent Fibr ONUs have their passwords unrevealed or changed due to 'security concerns'. Thus, newer Fiberhome white ONUs with dualband WiFi have reportedly hashed passwords instead of the usual 1234567890.

In PLDT's Fibr systems, Bridge Mode can be achieved in 3 ways.

  • Call PLDT at 101-FIBR to request ONU update. (Earlier done before 2014)
  • Direct from the ONU configuration.
  • PLDT hotline, same as above, (Needed for 2017 Fiberhome dualband WiFi ONUs, as ONU passwords are reportedly forbidden to be shared to consumers)

Differences between Router ModeEdit

  • A single port will serve unmodified internet traffic, whereas traffic under Router Mode will undergo Network Address Translation.
  • If multiple ports are enabled in Bridge Mode, the first connection to be established will get the connection. All other connections will be ignored.
  • Instead of relying on the ONU for routing, the endpoint connection will take the responsibility for connection propagation. This is where external routers come into play.

How to enable Bridge Mode in PLDT Fibr ONUsEdit

  • Log in to your ONU (usually
  • Click WAN setup.
  • From Routed, change selection to Bridge.
  • Disable NAT (Network Address Translation)
  • Disable WiFi.
  • Leave only Port 1 of the LAN connection checked.
  • In LAN tab or DHCP tab, Disable DHCP.
  • Save settings and reboot.

Login credentialsEdit

The following login will work only for black Fiberhome ONUs. It is not guaranteed to work in other models. Login: adminpldt Password: 1234567890

Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.