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  • conneting two routers

    Hi friend,

    I have a situation here.

    I am using two routers on my network.

    A- ADSL router
    B - WIRELESS CABLE router

    NOW want to connect this routers.

    A is connected to internet
    B is connected to A

    all the computers are connected to B (the wireless cable router)

    I can access internet through cables but not through wire less.

    Is anyone there who can help me sort the problem or m I missing something here?

  • #2
    Re: conneting two routers

    Is Router B handing out local IPs to both wireless and wired?

    If so, are they on the same subnet?

    If not, is Router A giving out local IPs to wired PCs, and Router B giving out local IPs to wireless?
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    • #3
      Re: conneting two routers

      Typically in that scenario I replace the ADSL Router with a DSL Modem and set the modem to bridged mode and just use the Wireless router as I have never needed to have 2 routers before and it makes things more complex than they need be. DSL Modems are rather inexpensive.

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      • #4
        Re: conneting two routers

        Router A [ the wired one] is giving out the IPs. router B has dhcp disabled.

        Both routers are on same subnet.

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        • #5
          Re: conneting two routers

          Are the COMPUTERS, regardless of how they connect to the network, on the same subnet?

          If so, something in the AP is causing the problem.
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