|29 Mar 2011||#1|
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Two Routers, One DSL, Same Subnet
This problem I am having is so very cumbersome.
This is how I want to have my network:
I have the following devices on my network:
Linksys: WRT310N V.2
Linksys: E2000 (DD-WRT Firmware)
I have my DSL modem acting as a server right now. Not sure if bridging would fix the problem.
My network as follows:
DSL ==> Linksys E2000 ===> Switch ==> Bunch of other switch.
Configuration As Follows:
DSL 192.168.1.1; 255.255.255.0
E2000 (WAN) 192.168.1.2; 255.255.255.0; 192.168.1.1
This Router is dedicated to my LAN network
I would like to make my Linksys 310 Run off my E2000 (if possible) and act as my Access Point/Switch. I have hard wire; will not use wireless but would like this router to have internet access so that I can use the NAT on this device to distribute internet off this router.
This router will be dedicated to Wireless which means more security than the E2000.
After 20 hours... I figured it out on my own....
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