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Configuring two routers

By essen
Feb 1, 2009
  1. I have 2 wireless routers. one is Netgear Wgr614 v9 with brodband internet connection which is configured by service provider with following configuration.

    ip: 122.252.224.106
    subnet mask : 255.255.255.0
    gate way :122.252.224.1

    dns :203.153.47.251
    alt dns : 203.153.41.28

    second one Netgear:Wnr 834B v2 is connected to vsat to use my office software with below configuration
    ip: 10.116.80.2
    subnet mask : 255.255.255.224
    gate way :10.116.80.1

    dns :202.54.149.115
    alt dns : 202.54.149.113

    now i am unable to accecess both at same time, pl give me configuration details to accecess both routers at same time
     
  2. brucethetech

    brucethetech TS Enthusiast Posts: 229

    if u are referring to the web config this is no surprise. if you pull up the other router you session will have to be reautheticated over and over as you pop back and forth btw the web configs. they may even cross over (you log in and theres the config page for the other router.) this will be way off if u werent talking about connecting to the router via web config. please elaborate if you were or not
     
  3. jobeard

    jobeard TS Ambassador Posts: 9,322   +622

    chaining routers can be a challenge, but the SIMPLE way is
    Code:
    modem----(wan)Router#1(lan)-----(lan)Router#2(lan)--- other systems
    
    Notice, the wan port on router#2 is left EMPTY. It needs to have DHCP disabled,
    so that Router#1 provides the DHCP service.

    Disconnect the two router, connect one computer to router#2
    Login to the config page using the default router address,
    Disable DHCP and save the config.

    Now rewire as above and you're good to go
     
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