|23 Apr 2011||#1|
2 routers, cant see computers on other router
This is more of a general networking question (I think) but I'll give it a shot here anyway.
I have 2 wireless routers/switches in my house. I have a router downstairs and one upstairs
My setup is currently like this
How can I solve this so that I can again see computers on the other router?
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|23 Apr 2011||#3|
Don't use the WAN/Internet port on the router upstairs and turn off the DHCP server in that same router. And also change the IP address on that upstairs router. If the main router uses 192.168.1.1 as its internal IP address change the upstairs one to 192.168.1.2.
What I think you had before was a switch and a Wireless Access Point (Not a switch and router).
Doing what I say above will turn that router into a Switch WITH Wireless access point.
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