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Two Routers in series

Q: Two Routers in series

I have two D-Link DIR- XTreme-N Gigabit Wireless Routers Pretend for my explanation that there is no wireless activity because that s not where the problem is My cable modem is downstairs connected to the first Router I ll call it quot Router A quot Router A is connected to a few systems and the router upstairs quot Router B quot Router B is connected to a few systems No systems upstairs can connect to the intenet I believe because of a communication error between the two routers Internet works fine downstairs So to summarize Router A can find Two series in Routers and access the internet but Router B Two Routers in series connecting through Router A cannot I thought that the upstairs router would be able to access through another router the same as any other connection but it can t for some reason I want to find out how to run these two routers in series so that I can have mulitple connections in each end of the house Can anyone give me some insight into how to set this up nbsp

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A: Two Routers in series

Each of your routers need to be setup individually, and not through each other.
Once setup, plug the one router into the other. You should have no problems.
But your system would be happier with a switch or even a hub.
Are Router A and B the same brand? When each is used alone, do you get the same readings? Do you have VPN? or other security that could be blocking the second router out?

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For my work I am looking to create wireless capabilities to remote locations To do this we are using a standard modem router that is connected to an Engenius b g wireless outdoor radio connected to a dish antenna We are through currently working have routers, LAN Forward routers WAN series of the able to go to locations km and then with a corresponding receiving antenna using LoS receive the Internet and connect both to computers at Forward WAN through series of routers, the routers currently have working LAN the transmitting point as well as to the WWW The problem exists is that we want to employ a series of routers at the receiving end that would be able to carry the transmission to a different location relatively close due to the fact that some of the locations do not have line of sight to the antennas We are using Encore routers model ENHWI-N When we connect the radio s Ethernet into the routers WAN reciever we can connect to the Internet with a computer The problem exists is we want to pass that connection over to a second router R This connection is done when the routers are on access points set to a Forward WAN through series of routers, the routers currently have working LAN WDS function with R having R s mac address and vice versa Both routers are set to channel Even when the routers are seperated by distances gt m a computer plugged into R can see a computer plugged into R Files can be transferred between the computers wirelessly at speed around mbps However computer on R can not connect to the WWW This router features a spot that lights up if it has Internet access and R s is lit up but R s is not How do we transfer the Internet and not just a LAN from R to R so it can be accessed further away from the point of the radio and antenna equipment This setup has also been used where R is hardwired to R At R we change the channel to and then connect through that with mac addresses wirelessly to th router If comp is in R and far away it can still access and file share from comp at R edit the ip address for the routers exist all on xxx If the rd number is different between routers would this make a difference The routers are all on static ips TLDR SIZE Want to transfer wireless internet connection through a series of routers Can connect to www from R and can connect to R from both a R or a R via series of router with LAN and can share files but no WAN nbsp

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Lately I've been messing around trying to have two routers run in series. I have a Wireless-G Linksys and a Wired Network Anywhere Linksys router. Can anyone help me out. Please explain as simple as you can.
 

A:How to run two routers in series

By default Linksys routers are (IP) 192.168.1.1 (within the setup page of your Router)

But you can't have two same IP addresses, so therefore you must change one of the Linksys routers to 192.168.1.2 (lets say)

Both routers are also probably set up as DHCP, but to make this work only the Router connected to the Internet line should have DHCP enabled

Therefore the Router connected to the computer should have DHCP disabled

Once the two IP are confirmed different
And once DHCP is enabled Only at the Internet end

Then it's just a matter of connecting the ethernet cables up, and testing online.
 

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Hello this is my first post I will first explain the situation My router is in the basement where the main computer is We have three other computers in the house another downstairs and upstairs Ethernet cables have been wired throughout the house to all the computers There are no more ports on my router to be used and even if I did I do not wish to wire more ethernet cables through the house let me tell you its such a hassle Now heres my in Routers Connected Series question Can I take one of the ethernet connections thatgoes upstairs and have that connection go through a nd router I wish split that connection to connect Routers Connected in Series other devices such as a laptop and a video game system from this router Is this connection possible And if so will I see a speed reduction I currently have dsl internet and not cable The downstairs router is an old smc router similar to this http www smc com index cfm event viewProduct amp localeCode EN CAN amp cid amp scid amp pid Is it possible to have routers connected in series nbsp

A:Routers Connected in Series

Yes, it would work but that would be a really silly thing to do - routers are not meant for such things.

What you need is an ethernet switch.
 

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Hey.
I have Vonage phone service and they sent me a router. I conntected it up and everything is fine. I connected my wireless router to one of the 4 ports. I can get to the internet over the wireless router but I can not get to the other pc's on my network. the second router is 192.168.1.XXX/255.255.255.0 and the router that is connected to my cable modem is 192.168.15.XXX/255.255.255.0.

I used to use vnc to control the pc's but it cannot see pc's on the other router. what is wrong?
 

A:connect two routers in series

You should probably only use one router, or disable DHCP on the second router (Whichever one that is plugged into the internet through the other)

It'd be more helpful if you could tell us the models of the two routers, maybe we could tell you step-by-step how to disable DHCP. But I still think that using only one router is a better idea. And I'm fairly certain that Vonage will work on any router, having set it up before on a Linksys purchased at Wal-Mart for a friend.

So, if you need wireless, then try plugging the Vonage phone and your computers into the same router, not using the one that Vonage sent you. If this works, then just keep the one they sent you as a backup in case yours breaks.

Tell me if this works, if it doesn't, then we'll just try a bit harder.
 

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My problem is that I can no longer access the Linksys Web Configuration. Both the Routers have IP 192.168.1.1.

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If so please advise of the settings required.

Thanks in advance
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A:Trying to connect 2 wireless routers in series

Yes you can, altho you have to make sure the second router has a different ip to the other one. You can also fit larger aerials to improve signal strength!!!!
 

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1 modem
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Currently, Belkin router is connected to modem. Belkin's ip is 192.168.2.1
Linksys router's IP is 192.168.1.1 and its WAN port is connected to Belkin's LAN port.. internet is working fine however my PC can only access the GUi of the Belkin router since it is conected to the LAN port of the Belkin Router. I also want my PC to access the Linksys GUI without having to plug my PC's cable to the linksys..

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Thanks in advance!
 

A:Mulitple routers, computers on diferent routers can't see one another.

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A:Hyper-V causes Intel(R) Series/C200 Series Chipset Family USB Enhanced Host Controller driver to fail

I have found a work around for this fault with the USB failure - ENSURE YOU POWER  THE MACHINE OFF - DO NOT RESTART.
Its almost like the restart doesn't initialise the device correct, thus causing a failure. 

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A:Price v. Performance in 7-Series + 8-Series: Advice Needed

Keep what you got and see what's comming next. I have a 8600GT as a stopgap until something better comes out. There has been talk of a Nvidia 256bit card to fill the gap between the 8600's and 8800's. I can't fit a 8800 in my case, if I could I would just get the 8800GTS 320mb now. If I were you, wait for the game to upgrade instead of upgrading and waiting for the game. Your X1900GT is no slouch either.
 

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A:7 series SLI versus 8 series (No SLI

I'm sure you will loose some of the gee wiz graphics not using a DX10 card but so far most game makers have been making games that use either DX9 or DX10. As far as lost planet is concerned here is whats posted on their official forums as supported vid cards.


http://www.capcom.com/BBS/showthread.php?t=15043

The following is a list of video cards that our R&D labs have tested in conjunction with NVIDIA and ATI, and have been confirmed to work.
NVIDIA (DirectX 9)
GeForce 6600
GeForce 7x00 series
GeForce 8x00 series

NVIDIA (DirectX 10, requires Windows Vista)
GeForce 8x00 series

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A:GTX 200 Series vs ATI 4000 Series...

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ATI... I don't like them, so I'm sorry but I can't tell you anything about them.

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A:Will the 9 series cards make the 8 series cards cheaper?

eventually, and then the 10 series will do the same to the 9 series, rinse and repeat. basically as long as its one of the fastest cards the gts will be expensive, when it becomes obsolete (relatively) its price will drop.

from the question i assume you are looking to upgrade, if you want to only spend $100 then i'd say your best bet is an OCed 7600 GT, lotsa bang for your buck, i can run FEAR with pretty high settings with just one of them.
but really, what are you looking for?
 

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A:Can I replace a Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Series power board with a Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Series power board?

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A:routers

whats the make/model of the router?
 

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A:Routers? :S

You're looking for an ADSL wireless-capable gateway. There are tons of these out there; I use a US Robotics 9108A, and love it.
 

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Is there anyway where I can setup two wireless routers that will allow me to connect wireless to wireless and then network out to a printer? Yeah sounds confusing but let me make another example.

I hope this gives you a visual:

WIRELESS ROUTER (1)- - -wireless connectivity- - -WIRELESS ROUTER (2)__CAT5__<PRINTERS>

Could anyone help me with this? If you some good information please let me know and if it's impossible please let me know also. I've tried to use an range extender and that did work.. Also, I was thinking of getting one of them Apple airport to see if that would work but I highly doubt it. Thank you in advance.
 

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A:N routers...

Range should go up.

Speed of course. Multiple frequency bands (reduces interference from other devices)

Usually the "N" routers also have better stateful packet examination for better security, etc.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/221856-n-routers.html
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Hello,
I was just wondering whether i can use 2 routers, for the same phone line, we have 2 computers in separate buildings, but same phone line, would it be possible to use different routers?
 

A:Routers

Depends on the line, and the router, but technically, yes.
You divide the existing speed between the two, so neither will likely work like you expect. The result is less than half.
I am assuming you mean DSL since you are talking about a phone line, and the DSL connection will be the problem. DSL change will be detected and stopped by your IP provider. They are not dumb. Their detection equipment is designed to prevent this... and your agreement with them specifically prohibits it in every market I have seen. So you risk having no connection, and perhaps putting yourself at legal risk.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/routers.109414/
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A:Using two routers

Yes. I often use both wired and wireless at the same time to connect to 2 different networks.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/using-two-routers.988791/
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Hi,
I currently have an old BEFW11S4 V2 router in which my computer is wired to. Well, I've been having problems with that router such as not being able to log in to the router settings page and change certain things (I have to reset about twenty times before the router defaults to the factory settings). Because of that problem, where I am living there is always someone who constantly resets the router, overriding all my settings so my wireless devices such as my laptop won't work. Since it takes so much time just to get the settings back and replacing it wont help since I cannot prevent people from messing with the router, I'm wondering if it's at all possible to leave that router wired to my desktop, and still get a second router connected to my computer alone for wireless access?

Thanks!
 

A:Using two routers?

silvreagle said:



Hi,
I currently have an old BEFW11S4 V2 router in which my computer is wired to. Well, I've been having problems with that router such as not being able to log in to the router settings page and change certain things (I have to reset about twenty times before the router defaults to the factory settings). Because of that problem, where I am living there is always someone who constantly resets the router, overriding all my settings so my wireless devices such as my laptop won't work. Since it takes so much time just to get the settings back and replacing it wont help since I cannot prevent people from messing with the router, I'm wondering if it's at all possible to leave that router wired to my desktop, and still get a second router connected to my computer alone for wireless access?

Thanks!Click to expand...


Forget the router, two old I had one of those then it had died. Got V3 and it's like brand new still, why because it not a good router. Gone with Dlink one instead. You can reset until the world comes to the end, you update the firmware but these routers are only good for 2 years and then fail. Best bet is to buy another router.

You can use wired router with a wireless router (this would be an access point) so you still keep your wired network and plus have wireless, like a dual network environment.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/using-two-routers.108187/
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I need a new wireless router. We have four devices that would connect to it. Which one or ones would
you recommend?
 

A:routers

you have this marked solved - have you now purchased a router ?

any router would cope with 4 devices - you need to make sure its the correct type of router - are you connecting to a modem or do you want the router to replace a modem - is it DSL/ADSL or cable

often the ISP will provide a wireless router and in most cases free - certainly if you talk about changing ISPs
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/routers.1080259/
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For a few years, my Netgear router DG834G ran trouble free 24/7. Unfortunately it died and was replaced a few months ago with another Netgear router DGN2000. Occassionally over the past week or so, it drops connection, resulting in the need for me to switch it off, wait 1 minute, switch it on and normal service is resumed.
My local telephone exchange is just under 5 miles from home and is not yet converted to digital, so my download speed is on average 1.5mb.
Do you have this problem when running 24/7 with yours.

A:Routers

Hi Rode runner,

I use a Fritz box 7270 It has been running 24/7 for around 2 years now and it has never let me down

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Espressoguy
 

A:too many routers

The default LAN address of a router may conflict with the IP address used by the satellite receiver's LAN IP address. That should not be a big problem since most routers will allow you to set up the router address and IP range to another set of numbers. You would lose those settings if the router was reset for any reason.

Why are you mentioning no cell service. Wireless routers do not depend on any kind of cell service. The built in antennas on most routers are good for a couple of hundred feet of coverage distance. What kind of distances are you talking about between the different computers and the proposed location of the wireless router?

Most desktop computers do not come with a WiFi interface but do come with a wired Ethernet port these days. You can either use a wired connection from the desktop to the router or add a Wireless card or Wireless USB dongle for a wireless connection.

Connecting a laptop to the TV would most likely involve a direct video connection from the laptop to the TV. Trying to run real time video over a LAN may give poor results and may have too much lag for gaming.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/too-many-routers.1008337/
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A:2 routers

Does it support being an AP? Most of them do.
What is an Access Point?

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/172336-2-routers.html
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I am currently using a Thomson ST 780WL router which has both LAN and usb connections, the latter being updated ib Device Manager

the usb connection is necessary if I wish to use a secondary desktop and also because there is generally a router front panl light to indicate its connection.


However Thomson have told me that they will not provide a driver for Windows 7 64 bit

I am trying to find a router with Windows 7 64 bit compatibility and whose CD will support Windows 7 64 bit updating of the usb connection in Device Manager

Can you tell me if you have such an ADSL router , please


Daniel Arbib

A:Routers

Try posting over in the networking forums for more expert advice: http://www.techsupportforum.com/f134/

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/routers-478023.html
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A:Using 2 Routers

It looks like you're kinda tossing a few different issues together under the heading of: Trying to get my apartments' network set up; don't want to run a lot of wires (so, I'm considering Homeplugs), and there needs to be at least some wireless in it.

Based on some of the information in the last bit of your post, it appears as though you have aDSL. Presuming this is the case, it shouldn't be 'necessary' to plug directly into the phone panel. Usually, the phone company will supply in-line filters that can be used to filter out the extra noise for DSL. Kinda surprised that SKY wouldn't have said anything about that, but sometimes they will presume stuff. So, may want to look into that. If you do have some filters, then that should make placement of the router a bit easier; otherwise, they may be able to send you some. Either way, the rest should stand on its own.

When it comes to the Homeplugs, I haven't been able to locate any specific information about it, but some conversations which happened in these forums were specific. There are a lot of differences as to how it will work that are dependent on the region in which you're located. Not as a matter of your location, but how they wire houses where you are. Apparently, in the US, it's possible that not everyone in the house will be able to access the same homeplug network. There are a LOT of posts on this subject in the forums here, so you may want to research that a bit.

As far as connecting two routers directly into the phone lines, can't do it. DSL lines are configured to only allow one connection. You will have to find some way to get the signal from upstairs, through one access point. ==>

<== This can definitely be done, provided you have the right equipment. Presuming it's a wireless router upstairs, then.... REPEATERS: Take an existing wireless signal, boost it, and rebroadcast it. Frequently used in a similiar situation where the wireless signal isn't quite strong enough to get a reliable connection when you're relatively far away from (or there's a lot of material between you and) the main router. OTHER ROUTERS: Some routers have the capability of acting in purely client mode or in client/rebroadcast mode. Dependent upon the second router's capabilities, you would then either plug directly into it, or connect to it via wireless, maybe even both. I can't necessarily recommend one of these over the other, as the only one I've actually configured is the 'OTHER ROUTERS' option, but my understanding is that they work very similarly.

I've probably raised more questions than I've answered, so just keep 'em coming.
 

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A:Can Routers>?

yes ,but it will be slow
make the wired router a bridge or a switch
disable dhcp and use a dif ip address for 2nd router don't use the WAN link on 2nd router
not to clear as to config you plan
modem to wireless then cable to wired router???
make sure the modem is not a router in itself this will lead to config errors
 

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A:VPN Routers

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A:What MTU between two routers?

I am going out on a limb here but I would think you would have to set it either auto so it would detect the of router a's mtu or set it manually at 1460. if you had it at 1500 then you packets would get fragmented.

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Can you connect a d-link router to a rogers router
 

A:Routers

Uaually. Normally just run an ethernet from a LAN port on the Rogers to the WAN(Internet) port of the D-Link. Would have to have different subnets though. Would be a problem if both are using the same subnet.
What are you trying to do?
What are the makem/model of the Rogers, D-Link?
What is the subnet / LAN IP address of the Rogers?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/routers.1073983/
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|
Desktop

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A:BT routers

Huh?

I dont get it at all, maybe I am having an off day. You want to what? what is a BT home hub? Bluetooth? Whats the model number of the BT thing?
 

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A:802.1x and Routers.

More details please.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/802-1x-and-routers.643114/
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A:Routers

Check out this article:

http://www.secinf.net/firewalls_and_VPN/Cisco_Router_Security_Overview.html

I found this by GOOGLE'ing "PC ROUTER USAGE"

Changing the search to "PC ROUTER USE"

I found better ones including:

http://www.homenethelp.com/router-guide/index.asp

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Thanks,
mooserny
 

A:Routers

Netgear is supposed to be the top end stuff, but D-Link has never dissapointed me.
 

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Hi,

Iam going to take a certificate exam, now i have a question that is

1. LLc & MAC are two Sub Layers of which Layer?

2. Which Switch is used to create a logfile called $winnt.log.?

3. When I set a user password to Password Never Expires in the User Manager. However, if i have set passwords to expire in 90 days in the Account Policy . What will be the effective account policy for the user password?

4.When I install a network adapter card in 486 computer and notices that the floppy drive has stopped working. what could be the cause of the problem?

5. To trouble shoot Router problem, what should I use to identify it?

. Network Monitor. (or)

. NBTSTAT. (or)

PCONFIG. (or)

TRACERT.
Please give me the answer for the above questions

Please help me as iam not getting the answers from any where.
Please
 

A:Routers

Hey....you still posting exam questions?? Not gonna happen here.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/routers.111682/
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i have a router to network my computers at home and to use the internet on all the computers. does this help internet security any? am i safer because of the router?
 

A:routers

Maybe, and maybe not. It depends on weather or not your router has a firewall in it (hardware firewall). If it does, then yes you are mor secure. If you tell us what router you have, we can tell you if it has a firewall.
 

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A:Using two routers

thething said:



I have a quick question. I have a 2WIRE Gateway Modem on a computer in my bedroom that accesses the Internet. Then i have Linksys WRT54G Router in another room where my Xbox 360 and another is in. Now my question is can I use the Linksys router to hook up my 360 wired and my 2nd computer wired and then hook up the Linksys router to the Gateway wirelessly so i can access the internet on my 360 and 2nd computer?Click to expand...



Hi

I had to read this a few times and i think I get it.

You want to hook the Linksys router to the gateway, on a wireless link.?

To have a working wireless link you need a wireless router and a wireless network card, I dont see how you could link 2 routers, neither of which have a wireless network card, unless they are both a wireless device, in which case you could make the linksys an access point that gets it settings from the gateway,

But I dont know if the gateway modem is a wireless device as you dont say, and I dont know.

Regards
 

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Thanks
 

A:Routers

Telephones generally use RJ11 connectors and can plug into a modem or walljack etc
Routers use RJ45 connectors and plug into Ethernet cards,switches etc.
If you want to use a spitter before connecting to your modem that will allow you to talk on the phone and surf the web.
 

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Hello
My router is weak so I am getting another. I currently have a Comcast gateway which is a modem with a router within. I bridge the router and use my own with their modem. The gateway is necessary for the triple play b/c of the phone.
I now have set up their router's security; WPA2 etc., until I get my new router.

Until I do get my new router would you consider their router secure?
TY
Peter
 

A:Routers

Hi Peter

Yes if you set to WPA2 and set a alpha numerical passcode of at least 15 chars then you will be fine, many bundled routers these days all conform to security standards of the retail ones, actually many bundled ones are retail varients with a ISP name on them, a fair few in the UK are Netgear ones.
 

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I am trying to connect 2 computers through a router to the internet in a non-wirless enviroment. Can anyone help??
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A:Help with Routers

I would want u to be more specific about the router and about the non wireless enviornment,cause if u have more than one lan ports on the router u can connect two computers and the second should directly go to the internet if one is already is onlline i.e if the router is configured for the internet.
 

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alright all im lookin for is a good router. thats like i ono 4 port. something simple. i dont want anything wireless. something that has a goood firewall to. price range is around 20-30 bucks. alright some links would be nice.
 

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Current setup:

Comcast Static IP
Cable modem w/ WLAN router, 1 port, & DHCP
192.168.0.1
| |
192.168.0.2 192.168.0.3
Vonage phone Computer 1 - wireless
modem w/ 4-port
LAN router & DHCP
192.168.15.1
| \
192.168.15.2 192.168.15.3
Computer 2 Computer 3

Problem: Internet and phone work but computer 1 can't see other computers.

Goal: Would like all devices on a single LAN, e.g., 192.168.0.x, so they can access shared files and printers.

I understand that bridging or disabling one DHCP server might be options, but am unsure of how to do this correctly and successfully.

Any help?

Thanks!!
 

A:Want LAN with 2 routers

Whichever one you want to use as a bridge, it should be in the options on the admin setup page of that router.
I believe you should be able to set that one up to receive an IP address from the main router which should be set to deliver addresses via DHCP.
Are all your pc's going to be wireless? Guess not, otherwise you'd just need the one router
 

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Hey I ve been having major problems the last few days trying to figure this out hoping you all can guide me So here s my setup Verizon FIOS modem with build in wireless router and some LAN ports Linksys WRT G Wireless router Linksys BEFW S Wireless router Until about a week ago I had the Verizon router connected via cross-cabled ethernet to the BEFW S which I had connected via ethernet to desktops This worked fine with no problems However the room that the BEFW S was in was getting the floors redone so HELP! routers??!! 3 everything 3 routers??!! HELP! had to come out of the room This gave me the perfect opportunity to quot enhance quot my network I decided to connect the BEFW S to my WRT G so that I would have a few extra ethernet ports for when my friends come over to play PC games over LAN Well this turned out to be more difficult than I thought It seems that the linksys routers can be connected with either a straight or cross-over cable as both provide me with access to the internet However while I remain connected to the network consistently my internet access drops randomly when other computers are accessing the internet I can t find a steady pattern for when I will have internet access and when I won t We ve had up to people total connected to the linksys routers with no problem at times but sometimes when someone new goes online one or more of the already-connected computers will lose access to the internet Very often releasing and renewing the ip etc works to get the computer back online but not always Here is how I have everything configured now FIOS modem with build in router - gt wired connection to BEFW S BEFW S - gt wired connection to desktops BEFW S - gt wired connection to WRT G EDIT routers are connected via LAN ports not WAN WRT G - gt wired and wireless connection to multiple computers DHCP is disabled in both linksys routers and wireless is disabled on the BEFW S Firmware for the linksys routers was upgraded yesterday although the firmware is still pretty old it is the most up-to-date available Everything else aside from the SSID channel and WEP key on the WRT G is factory default Before you ask the reason I have so many routers is that the FIOS modem router is downstairs on the opposite side of the house from the desktops so we need a router or switch on that side of the house And as I said I am trying to have as many free ethernet ports available for LANing as possible However I do not want to buy new hardware - the routers I listed are what I owned before I started this project Any help would be greatly appreciated because I am stumped all computers connecting are running win xp and I m pretty sure it is not a computer issue because they are all having the problem nbsp

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Q: Routers

Soon there will be an additional internet provider operating at a rental property. The 2 modems will be located in a closet along with their respective wireless routers, which will be Asus Black Knights. The routers will be inches apart. Will the routers interfere with each other? Not able to get a definitve answer yet.
 

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heres my problem
i have a wireless connection to a xp computer that is my main computer, and i have another computer that is my muck around computer that i want to get onto the internet, now i am currently studding Networking at tafe (uni) so i have tried sharing the internet but it still doesnt work i am going through a switch from computer to computer, they see each other but no net, anyone know of methods that i can do

also i have a wireless modem/router but i aquired a 3com router today and wanting it in my room, how can i set it up to run off a wireless computer, so that my other computers can go through this router and my wireless pc from the wireless router.
 

A:2 routers

List the make and model of all network equipment you have connected (routers, switches, modems, etc.), and describe how you're network is physically setup. I can't figure it out from your post.
 

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Hello.
I have optic cable interet, and i have cable socket in every room. we have 2 floor house and i have wifi router in both floors. The one downstairs, that is not connected to my pc spreads the wifi signal but is not connected to the internet. i need to change its dns, but i cant find his ip in my web browser (yeah i checked the i.p that is typed on its back, and it wont work.) i just need to change its dns and plug him back in downstairs. any ideas ?
 

A:two routers

First, to access the (any) router you need to use a device connected to that router. I inferred from your post that you are trying to access the router from a disconnected computer.
 

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i have a linksys wireless router (WRTP54G), which 2 desktops are hard wired.
150 feet away in another building i would like to set up wireless for a laptop. could i connect from a port a line from linksys router run it 150 feet to next building and connect to another wireless router so i can have wireless access in 2nd building? would the 2 routers conflict each other? any help would be appreciated
 

A:2 routers?

Make sure that you know how to handle any issues with running an ethernet cable between two buildings. That's the only hard part.

JohnWill's procedure for configuring a secondary router as a switch and, optionally, wireless access point follows.

Connecting two SOHO broadband routers together.

Configure the IP address of the secondary router to be in the same subnet as the primary router, but out of the range of the DHCP server in the primary router. For instance DHCP server addresses 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.100, I'd assign the secondary router 192.168.0.254 as it's IP address.

Disable the DHCP server in the secondary router.

Setup the wireless section just the way you would if it was the primary router.

Connect from the primary router's LAN port to one of the LAN ports on the secondary router. If there is no uplink port and neither of the routers have auto-sensing ports, use a cross-over cable. Leave the WAN port unconnected!
 

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Ok guys, I live in a house that has three stories and a concrete floor in between each floor. My ISP set me up with a Cisco DPC3825 in the basement corner. Needless to say I do not get reception or very poor throughout the house. I have two other routers, netgear wndr3700 v2 and a netgear wnr2000v3. What I am hoping can happen is that I can somehow set up each router on its own floor and each router would be used to BOOST the signal of the Cisco. I am trying to avoid having to manually switch to the strongest signal with my phone or tablet as I move about the house. Can anyone tell me if this is possible?

Thanks very much
john
 

A:3 routers??

You would need to get access points rather than routers. Also, you would have to run an ethernet cable (CAT5/6) from the basement to the other floors for the access point to hook into. I believe to prevent changing the active connection, they would have to have the same SSID and passkey.
 

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Currently, I have the D-Link 2640B router which has an ADSL modem built into it. I use it for surfing the internet and for VOIP. I have a CISCO VOIP ATA plugged into one of its Ethernet port.

I want to stream HD 720p video to my WDTV Live Media Player which is connected to a HDTV but the D-Link 2640B router doesn't do this well since the download and upload speeds are quite low. Because of this, I was thinking of buying another router that has the 802.11 N standard. Would I be able to use my D-Link 2640B router with a another router for streaming HD 720p videos at the same time? Would I be able to get Windows 7 to connect to both of the routers at the same time?

Thanks.
 

A:Using 2 Routers

In this case, you'll want to use the 802.11n router as just an access point with the router function turned off and the wireless function on the D-Link turned off. You cannot connect to two wireless access points at the same time, so the new 802.11n will be for wireless connections while the D-Link handles the Internet connection.
 

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hi may sound a silly question but would it be possible to connect 2 routers to one exchange line.
i have a telephone extension to my garage from my house and have a router in house but could do with pc in garage.
any thoughts plse.
 

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I'm using a desk-top pc. I want to get a router. What should I get in the way of "wired or wireless". I use a dsl connection. What is the best way to go? What speed or type should I be looking for? Are there any hidden items I should know about Pro or con etc. What is G or N type? Does a wired router need password protection like wireless does?
Bruce
 

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Hi all,
I am having trouble with the wireless connection in my house. I have my router in the middle of my house and it reaches most rooms except mine because of thick walls made from concrete i think. I have a wire in my room that i can connect my computer to, but i would like to get some type of router I guess, so I could use wi-fi enabled devices, phone, ipad etc. Is there some kind of secondary router that you can plug a wire from the first router into? If so is it a specific type of router and how would it work plugged into from the first one? Thank you, I would like to have wi-fi in my room lol!
 

A:2 routers?

patriotsboy12 said:


I have a wire in my room that i can connect my computer toClick to expand...

If the other end of that wire (CAT5 ?) can plug into a LAN port on the existing router, you could get a second wireless router that also has LAN ports. A LAN port on it would then use the wire you mention to connect to the first (primary) router. Here is a link to an article in the TSG library on how to connect and configure the two routers:

http://library.techguy.org/wiki/Connecting_two_SOHO_broadband_routers_together
 

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I posted some questions in this forum yesterday and received some very helpful advice I now have a couple more questions that I hope you can Routers with More help help me with If I buy a router I currently run each of my PCs using its own individual Thomson Speedtouch modem do I still need modems at all If so will my existing Speedtouch modems be O K Would I have to connect to the router with a modem from each PC or just have one modem between router and phone connection More help with Routers I read somewhere that I require an Ethernet modem but I am not sure as to whether this is what I already have or whether I need to buy a new one presumably should I get a wireless router I can connect to it with a cable and it doen t mean that I have to have a wireless enabled PC However if I enable each PC for wireless using a internal card or external unit they will then all be recognised by the router and connect to the net even if they are in other locations around my home Is that about correct nbsp

A:More help with Routers

Wow! You're paying for two internet connections??

Anyway..

What you need is an "ADSL Router" aka "ADSL modem router" (such as : http://www.misco.co.uk/applications...?EdpNo=255117&sourceid=2459&CAWELAID=84122271)

the phoneline you connect into your usb speedtouch modem, you will contact into this router. you will get a cd with the router, follow all the steps on the cd (including entering your adsl username and password)

you can then connect network cables from your router into both pcs, or choose to go wireless. you can be wired from one pc, and wireless with the other. both wired or both wireless, its up to you. (usb wireless adapters suhc as: http://www.misco.co.uk/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=240437)

if you choose to go wireless you need wireless adapters, if you are not savvy with installing components into a pc, you can buy usb wireless adapters.

hope that helped!
 

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So about Help Two Routers six months ago i moved my computer and xbox into my room I ran a cable from one of my routers numbered ports up to my room where i put it in another routers number port from that router i ran cables to my xbox and computer I have the first router DHCP enabled Two Routers Help set to the second router is DHCP disabled and set to This worked before and i never had any problems with it until today Two Routers Help Inernet just stopped working for my second router The first one still supplies internet to a different computer When i try to goto in a brower to edit my second router it just displays a page about a successful apache web server instalation When i ping from my second computer i get quot - Unable to connect to host quot Please help me fix my problem I tried explaining it as best as i can But if you have any more questions id be more than happy to answer Thanks for the help nbsp

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We in this household are currently dealing with a tricky situation. I will try to explain it as briefly and as detailed as possible.

Our house consists of 5 computers, one for each resident. My mother and sister are connected to our Linksys router via wireless. My dad has a direct connection to it via ethernet. So do I, via an Ethernet cable that runs from the router, through the ceiling, and down into my room a ways away. I have a second person living in this room with me with a computer, but we don't want to send a second Ethernet cable through the ceiling.

So, is it possible to split my connection from the router with a second router, thus giving both of us easy access to router ports?

Does this make sense?
 

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I am looking to put internet in my home. I have Cat 5 cable running throughout. I pulled it to all locations in the house, but it is not hooked up yet.

I am looking to get cable high speed installed. I already have a cable modem from a previous installation in the past.

Is it possible to install a Router and then plumb the internet to the entire house?

The house is 2700 square feet and 60 long with all the bedrooms upstairs. If I was to install the modem and router downstairs would a wifi router reach all the bedrooms upstairs?

When I last looked at WIFI routers the N was bragging about better ranges. Do I need an N router to accomplish this or would a G do?

Except for the price are their any other concerns with the N Router?

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I was thinking since i have 2 wan connection threw adsl and my pc has 2 nic cards is there any program that can send threw these 2 network and increase the bandwith for downloading, for instance it manages spliting the requests to both routers and get max bandwith from both ( im not talking about duel wan routers ) since 2 lines of dsl are quite far but i can get an ethernet cable from the other router to me so any toughts

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A:2 DSL routers and 1 pc

Need a reply please ! i need a software based program not hardware if available
 

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I want to network 2 wired desktops with a wireless laptop.
My desktops are wired with a Linksys BEFSR41 router 4 port switch.
My Wireless router is a Belkin F5D7230-4 4 port switch.

I was considering using both routers.... but now I am not sure because my Belkin manual says that if I use the Belkin's "Access Point Mode" to hook up to another router, that it will defeat the NAT IP sharing feature. What exactly does that mean? Would it mean that I can't share internet, files, printers, or what?

I would like to share internet AND files between all 3 computers.
Is it "better" using 1 router or 2 routers as far as ease of setup, speed, etc.

Anything you can tell me about advantages & disadvantages is appreciated.
 

A:Using 1 or 2 Routers. Can you tell me which is better?

means the one router will be used as gateway or switch only
will not be able to share internet address
the nat is disabled becomes a switch
the linksys will handle nat
this is how you share 1 wan ip with multiple machines
 

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i was asked a question by a friend who wanted to run 2 routers together. the routers are exactly the same. the only complication is that it is running on the same phone line.

i can not see any problem with running both but what is your opinion as i am curious as to where this is possible
 

A:2 routers?

Hi:Generally the answer is Yes you can have 2 routers.
Question: Why would you ?
Here are perhaps some of the things you would need to consider in a two router config.
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Connecting two soho routers in a network

Tutorial from Johnwill from the Networking Forum

Note: The "primary" router can be an actual router, a software gateway like Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing, or a server connection that has the capability to supply more than one IP address using DHCP server capability. No changes are made to the primary "router" configuration.

Configure the IP address of the secondary router(s) to be in the same subnet as the primary router, but out of the range of the DHCP server in the primary router. For instance DHCP server addresses 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.100, I'd assign the secondary router 192.168.0.254 as it's IP address, 192.168.0.253 for another router, etc.

Note: Do this first, as you will have to reboot the computer to connect to the router again for the remaining changes.

Disable the DHCP server in the secondary router.

Setup the wireless section just the way you would if it was the primary router, channels, encryption, etc.

Connect from the primary router's LAN port to one of the LAN ports on the secondary router. If there is no uplink port and neither of the routers have auto-sensing ports, use a cross-over cable. Leave the WAN port unconnected!

This procedure bypasses the routing function (NAT layer) and configures the router as a switch (or wireless access point for wireless routers).
 

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This topic seems close to my Two routers problem If anyone with sufficient knowledge can help Two routers I would be grateful My problem is the following Router A is the main VDSL router gateway for TV and Internet It has limited options Wi-Fi disabled Router B is a DD-WRT Device Wi-Fi enabled A and B are connected via a LAN cable Here is the task A One of the computers must be directly connected wired to main router A B Rest of the computers must be connected via wireless to router B dd-wrt in order for me to be able to make certain access restrictions on them C Computer connected to A must be able to access all the other devices on B D All Devices must have internet access Here is what I have tried so far for all settings router A was a DHCP Server with a range of - and internal ip of Subnet mask on all devices was I had router B in DHCP forwarder mode but in this mode the router was unable to enforce the access restrictions for the devices connected to it Even if the router mode was set to gateway all other tasks A C D were achieved I had router B in DHCP Server mode connected through WAN port with DHCP pool from - Internal IP of router B was In this case the devices on B had internet I was able to apply restrictions Devices on B saw Router A but my device on A was unable to see router B or any of the devices on B I had router B in DHCP Server mode again through WAN port but this time with DHCP pool from - to match the ip adresses of A but in a different range Internal IP of router B was In this case the devices on B had NO internet access which is weird Is there any way I can achieve my goal I know the easy way is to put all the devices on B including the other computer but I rather have that computer on router A without having to pass router B Can a certain subnet mask combination make work Moderator note This post moved from this thread http www techspot com community t use-the-same-subnet-mask post- nbsp

A:Two routers

What kind of restrictions? It seems like you got everything worked out, apart from this. We need to know more to help.
 

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Q: Routers

Hello,

I currently use a Netgear wireless N router wnr834b v2, however I have just been given a D-Link wireless N home router DIR-615 from my cable company.

I mainly use the internet for my xbox and for wireless browsing on my laptop. My question is to which is better?

Thanks!
 

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I'm a newbie to wireless, but just got an averatec tablet on a deal i could not pass by so now trying to get it talking to my desktop...

Here's the setup:
We've got one router that my desktop is hooked up to via the ethernet.
A wireless router is hooked up to the same router and my tablet connects to the wireless router.
Both computers are fine accessing internet, however I cannot get them to see each other. I've put them on the same workgroup and File/Printer sharing is turned on on both. I have marked some folders on both computers and shared.

So, looks like i've got one too many routers in the way between the two. Is this the case? Or am I still not getting something?

thanks
 

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Is it possible to have 2 routers? I would like a wireless added. I have cable going to 3 rooms, which I like, but now my daughter and I both have laptops. I have a cable modem now going to a hardwired router.

Thanks,
Brian
 

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When I had Time Warner Cable Internet installed, the router I have now came with it. I had Verizon before, and a router came with it What if I decided to buy another router? Like something from Netgear or where ever Would I still have to pay a fee to the provider I was using at the time.Would it be the same cost as if I was still using their router?
 

A:Routers

circusboy01 said:





Would it be the same cost as if I was still using their router?Click to expand...

That question you should be asking your provider.

I know we would have had to pay an extra fee to get a box with Wireless. But since we already had Wireless in-home, there was no need in even thinking about paying an extra monthly fee for it.

However if you return the device to the provider. I don't see how they can continue charging extra, if that is what they are doing. Most providers (I'm assuming here because that has been my experience) consider the modem as a free device, for buying their service. If that is the case, there is no extra fee.
 

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I have a d-link dir-625 and a belkin F6D4230-4 v1. Both PCs are WinXP. I have a main house and a guest house. The guest house is only about 15 yards from the Belkin. I am getting a very low connection in the guest house.

The belkin is wired to the main computer with dsl. I have a d-link in the guest house.

Can I connect the d-link to the belkin wirelessly?
 

A:2 Routers

Nope. That router doesn't have any wireless bridge capability.

Since the d-link dir-625 has removable antennas, I'd use it as the primary router and add hi-gain antennas.
Hawking Tech has a number of products that will help you increase your wireless range. The root page is Hawking Hi-Gain&#8482; WiFi Range Extending Products.

Some of the more interesting products are this Hawking [HSB2] Hi-Gain WiFi Signal Booster, which can be used on either end of a wireless connection to boost the signal power.

Another way to increase your signal strength is by the use of hi-gain antennas. You can choose from omni-directional or directional models, here are a some examples.

Hawking [HAI7SIP] Hi-Gain 7dBi Omni-Directional Antenna

Hawking [HAI15SC] Hi-Gain 15dBi Corner Antenna

[HAO14SD] Outdoor Hi-Gain 14dBi Directional Antenna Kit

For 802.11n applications, this ZyXEL ANT1106 6db omni-directional antenna can be used.

For really long range outdoor applications, this 24dB parabolic WiFi Antenna may be a good choice.

If you have a wireless adapter that doesn't have provisions for an external antenna, one adapter that I've had good luck with is a Rosewill RNX-G1 USB Wireless Adapter. It's feature is that is has a removable antenna and will accommodate replacement antennas.

This is just a sample of available products, many people have hi-gain antennas with similar specifications, but I haven't seen any other suppliers of signal boosters.
 

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