Quote: Originally Posted by Assassin151
Quote: Originally Posted by RedBirdDad
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Also give the NetGear router's LAN port a static IP address on the same subnet as the 824RLW. make it's outside the DHCP range though.
Thanks for your time, i just dont understand the above quoted, no clue how to do that.
Also, i understand the wiring part, but will i be able to use all 6 remaining LAN ports (3 on ADSL router and 3 on Netgear)?
I understood the procedure perfectly RedBird very well said., Of course it's easier for you and I to understand but not so easy for the average user.
If Assassian151 doesn't understand this setup procedure or if he just wants to do this the easy way,
and if 25-45 more bucks isn't a problem, he might be better off simply purchasing a new switch instead of using the second router as a switch.
This will save you from having to do the manual set up procedure so it will be easier to set up and will probably be more reliable also.
The dual router set up isn't really a supported feature but it can be made to work.