I have two dir655 routers that are connected. The second router is not setup as a wireless access point, but I am open to that if it will work. The second one is going to serve as a public wifi in a business, with a separate SSID. The first one is going to handle the local business network, with its NAS and printers. How would I prevent the public wifi from accessing the first router?
I have tried the guest wifi partition setting, however it still allows access to the lan devices on the first router. It does partition with the second router properly though, but thats not worth anything to me cause there are no lan devices on the 2nd router.
Would it work right if I turn the 2nd router into a access point, disable the dhcp server, and set it up with the guest wifi partition?
Play Max N600 HD (F7D4301) Dual network operation - on behind Belkins firewall. I have just changed the structure of my network for reasons of additional services being added. I now have in the front room the ADSL modem connected to a switch and 2 PC's. The switch is also pbugged into an ethernet plug in the wall which feeds to the other end of the house where the Belkin router is. I have all devices working on the internet correctly. The issue is getting access between the two networks and the devices on the two networks. I have added the ip addresses of the PC's to the router's LAN/Static Route, but that didn't work. The network in front room (after ADSL Modem is 192.168.1.x and after Belkin router it is 192.168.2.x. Is there a way I can allow access between the two networks between devices?
We are running our internal network on the 192.168.1.x range.
We have just installed a new control system which is running on a closed 192.168.0.x network (no internet access).
What we need to do is use the WRT54G to connect the 2 networks together so that we can VNC into one of the computers on the control system network so that it can be managed.
I have tried connecting the two networks by plugging the 192.168.0.x network into the WAN/Internet Port on the WRT54G, and setting the "Internet Connection Type" to "Static IP" and setting the "Internet IP Address :" as 192.168.1.200 (the main PC I need to VNC into) but cannot ping any of the other computers..
My Dell XPS (Windows XP) is not connecting to my network..can't get anything to show up on the networks in range list. My other laptop is fine. But I just upgraded to Firefox 4 on the Dell, and then the connectivity went askew.
I've found that Android devices (smartphones for sure, and perhaps other devices, like Windows Vista/XP pc's with some Atheros wi-fi adapters) can't connect to our eduroam network (WPA2 Enterprise) if the Access Points (all from Cisco) also have open SSID's configured in it. Once I protect the open networks with, for instance, WPA-PSK, the Android devices immediatly get connected to the eduroam. Is there any fix that can be applied to the Access Points. Below there's a list fo AP models and IOS version we have running. I may mention that this problem doesn't occur with Access Points from other manufacturers like, for instance, Meru Networks.
In the AP's event log appears the folowing:
"Packet to client 0026.3778.081f reached max retries, removing the client"
The steps to mitigate the problem above were applied, but with no results.
PS: The Android versions may vary with the same symptom.
Device types: AP 1100; AP 1130; AP1140;AP1210;AP1250
I have a brand new Dell Inspiron 1764 laptop that I received on the 25th of June. It is "replacing" a Dell Inspiron 9100 that has gotten to be too slow and bulky for my needs. For support purposes, both laptops are running on Windows 7.Overall, I love my new Inspiron 1764. However, I have noticed seriously degraded connection/signal strength with the wireless card (Dell Wireless 1397 WLAN Mini-card) compared to my Inspiron 9100 (Dell Wireless 1350 WLAN Mini-PCI card).
In areas of my house that my 9100 can get full signal strength (5 bars), my new 1764 is getting 2 or fewer bars. This behavior is also not limited to only my house, as I have tested it at my job and in an area less than 10 feet away from the wireless router, I have "Internet connectivity problems".
I tried twice this morning to speak with Dell support. The first person I spoke at least initiated a DellConnect session with me so that they could check some of my settings and such (however, why they went twice into my sharing settings I could not determine since they have absolutely nothing to do with signal strength.)
Unfortunately, I was disconnected from the session when I went to an area that had less signal than right next to my wireless router.I then got back on chat support with Dell and received another technician to speak with. I explained my problem, told them that I was in a DellConnect session with the other technician, and they looked up my support contract.They then told me that my warranty does not cover software issues and referred me to the software department and told me it would be an extra charge. I told them that I did not believe it to be a software issue in any way, shape, or form. They told me that it must be a setting issue. I have since spent several hours scouring the internet forums on Dell and other websites checking people who have had similar issues. Some of their issues were admittedly from software settings, but I have still yet to find anything that indicates to me that I have an incorrect software setting.
As of this writing, I am standing in my kitchen, typing on my Inspiron 9100 with a full 5 bars, while my Inspiron 1764 sits next to me with a measly 2 bars, and I am literally standing 7 feet above the room that houses my Linksys WRTU54G-TM router.Personally, I suspect a faulty wireless card, but how do I convince Dell to hear my case and replace it rather than trying to bilk me for unneeded software support?
We have three computers (one of which acts as a file server) plugged directly into an internal office network. Then we have another such connection leading to the WAN port of a router which shares a single connection among another 5 or so computers & laptops. So the WAN connection is providing internet access AND access to the file server.
Since upgrading to a new router, it is now not possible to "see" the file server from the computers connected to the router, although the internet can still be accessed without a hitch. This has now become infuriating as I've spent several hours changing all possible router & IP settings to no avail.
I've been looking around for more information on this topic but I couldn't find quite the specifics I'm looking for.In the most basic text, I want to connect two networks together via the internet and VPN. I currently have two Windows 2k8 Servers housed at both locations. I've tried to do as much as I could myself but clients on both sides cannot access each other.I set-up the Remote Router function on both Servers and connected them but I still cannot ping or access any of the remote resources on that network.
I have a 192.168.1.xxx network connected to Verizon FIOS via Actiontec MOCA / router.I also have a 192.168.15.xxx network connected to Comcast via Motorola VT2442 router (used for Vonage) and a Motorola SB6121 cable modem. Each network has it's own gigabit switch connected to each router. The two networks are physically separated but switches and routers are physically side by side.What is the best configuration to allow devices on 192.168.1.xxx network to communicate with devices on the 192.168.15.xxx network (share printers, NAS, etc), but still have each network served by it's respective ISP, and each device still get it's dhcp, dns, gateway, etc from each respective router?
So basically I need to hook up a HP LaserJet P2015 to a business and home network. LaserJet P2015 user guide. I would like to keep the printer's ip static so it will stay the same on each network individually. am using a business router (Linksys RV120 W Wirless-N VPN Firewall) with two VLAN (business and home network) built using this router. Also I have two access points both being used to expand this signal through out the building, but not as an extender. They are two Linksys WAP54G access points. The access points are used to expand the home network, and not the business network.
I have 3 Macs (OS 10.6.8) and one PC (Windows 7) at work. They are all connected to the company network for internet and access to shared network drives.The computers are used for media (mostly video) production and we need to move large files between the computers easily and quickly. The current network (company wide) is slow and unreliable, so I would like to create a separate network for these four computers and have them connected to both the company network and the office room network. Each computer already has two network ports and I have a router I can use.
Basically, the issue I am having is we have a class b network ID of 172.16. We had a new phone system installed last year which needed to be on an isolated network as our switches do not have QoS on them. Plus they are quite bad...
Some genius decided to use the same network ID on the new phone system as our current network but they are totally isolated networks.
This is where my laziness comes into play... We use a laptop connected to the phone system's network to connect to configure the phones etc but I would like to do this at my desk. So what I have done is configured a wireless access point on the phone systems network so I can connect to it on my laptop to theoretically make changes to the phone system on my PC, but also staying connected to our network for obvious reasons... I do have some networking knowledge, and I am assuming the routes are going to be completely wrong because of the same network ID issue not allowing me to connect to the phone system on my laptop. But I am not sure if I can add a static route to resolve this.
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My boss's old Windows XP laptop was able to connect to open wireless networks automatically so he never had to click that icon on the bottom right to check signals or anything like that. Is there anything like that I could set up on Windows 7?
I realize that this is not secure and very silly. I suggested choosing the best and trusted networks available. My boss, however, doesn't want to accept that he should have to go through more steps with newer technology. So in this case, I'd just like to give him what he's asking for.
Adding a second DAP-1522, They have 1 DAP-1522, they set that up useing the WAP(button on the side), This one is running in the frontroom of the house and the 2nd bridge will be running in the bedroom of the house.She has tried to click on the WAP button on both Dap-1522's and then the router to sync but thats not working, from what we can tell. I think I will need to manually config them now that a second one has been introduced.the frontroom Bridge is 192.168.0.50, but we cant find the ipaddreess for the second dap-1522 at this time. So question to all, if I can - Is there a way to identify all of the Dap-1522's on the network or anything that is connected on the network. as the DIR-655 is only showing 2 things connected?Right now I wish she would have listened too me and had her house wired for ethernet when the house was being built.
We recently changed locations and acquired a new circuit from our provider. They also connected our remote branch office to our main office through MPLS. Now, as I understand it, the branch office basically connects back to the main office through our providers network (MPLS). We have a new router at the branch office which has a gateway of 192.168.1.225. The clients in that office have IP's of 192.168.1.96 - 100, using the gateway of 192.168.1.225.
The main office network is 192.168.0.0 (Gateway of 192.168.0.1)
At this end (Main office), I also have a new Cisco 2900 provided by the ISP, with port 0/0 for the outside connection (connected to the 0 port on my ASA 5505). The ASA's port 1 obviously running into my network hub. The provider tells me that port 0/1 on the 2900 is or should be used to connect the branch office back to here and has an IP of 192.168.0.225, as that's how the provider provisioned it. So, I plug that into the ASA's Ethernet port 0/2. And I'm assuming they have a route setup either on the 2900 or the router in the branch office so that 192.168.1.225 can reach me here at 192.168.0.0.
There is already a static route setup on the ASA: (192.168.1.0 255.255.255.255 192.168.0.225 1). As soon as I plug in the cable, the IP phones at the branch office work, but they can't access the internet or any resources in the main office. My questions are:
1. Shouldn't I be able to just go straight from the 0/1 port on the Cisco 2900 to my hub. At first I was plugging right into the ASA, but I don't think I need to do that, why go from the branch office through my ASA to access resources and then back out the ASA for internet. If they're already coming from 192.168.1.225, through the MPLS network, then they should go right to my network and then back out the ASA.
2. They have to route through the ASA first, in which case, do I need to setup another VLAN for that branch network in conjunction with a static route? I can ping the router and hosts in the branch office through the ASA only!
Using a Linksys E2000 and Linksys WRT54GL (both flashed to most recent firmware), I am trying to set up Network "A" and Network "B" on one modem. I do not want either A or B to be able to see each other for security purposes. Both are secured networks for the wireless connections and have different SSIDs.
After online research, and the inability to find my exact question answered, this is what I did and I'd like to know if I'm missing anything to keep A and B completely separate. Or, if I've done anything that will cause any problems on my network. [code]
I disabled the ability to change settings using wireless connection on both routers.
I have a 192.168.1.xxx network connected to Verizon FIOS via Actiontec MOCA / router. I also have a 192.168.15.xxx network connected to Comcast via Motorola VT2442 router (used for Vonage) and a Motorola SB6121 cable modem.
Each network has it's own gigabit switch connected to each router. The two networks are physically separated but switches and routers are physically side by side.
What is the best configuration to allow devices on 192.168.1.xxx network to communicate with devices on the 192.168.15.xxx network (share printers, NAS, etc), but still have each network served by it's respective ISP, and each device still get it's dhcp, dns, gateway, etc from each respective router?
I am having trouble connecting my device to certain WiFi networks. We work with hotels and we have a handful of devices that are just not able to connect to their network. Te device works fine in my office. When I get to the Setup page and do a site survey, it'll get to 100% and then display a "page can't be found" as oppose to showing me that it has been connected. We had the MAC address cleared in their network and still no luck. Firmware has also been updated.
I have two wireless modem/routers - a Ugo Mach5 CN458 and a Swift 4G - in two branches of my company that are distance apart and i want to connect them together so that they can be on the same network and workers in both branches can communicate and share files.
I am on the Verizon wireless router connected to my laptop and the xbox wired to laptop. I have another wireless router that i want to connect because the main router is in the basement I am on the second floor. How do I connect the xbox to the 2nd router wired?
We have a Linksys WRTU54G-TM that serves both as a hotspot and phone line (T-Mobile). But since it's a G, the radius doesn't cover the whole house. So instead of buying an antenna, we bought another router (Cisco Factory Refurbished Linksys E1200 Advanced Wireless-N).
So the question is: How do we connect both routers to one modem properly, the N-Wireless to be used when necessary?
Basically my sister, who lives in a flat attached to the side of my parents' house, wanted me to find a solution for her to get internet, as there is no signal from my parents' wireless down in the flat.Originally I tried an old belkin wireless range extender I had lying around but even then the signal was extremely weak and the connection was too slow.So, I decided I would get some powerline adapters. But, of course, my sister needs wireless, so I figured I would use the powerlines to connect a second wireless router to the existing one.And so begin my real problems. The thing is, it actually worked fine at first. I set up a new wireless network, and had the ethernet from the powerline running in to the WAN port of the second router. But, every few minutes or so the connection would just die suddenly and take a while to come back (the connection was still there, but the browser just gave DNS errors etc).So I did some googling and fount a lot of people saying that I had to A) plug it into one of the LAN ports, not WAN, and B) disable DHCP on the second router.However when I do this I simply cant load anything at all. I'm thinking maybe there's some additional setup regarding static IPs or something that I need to do when I disable DHCP?
I just configured a 2 computers into a routers and and connected them to each other. My computer is them connected to one of the routers(configured PCs). The computer uses the default gateway of the router interface it is connected to. A ping to the default gateway repplies positively. A ping to the second interface to the same router goes successful but a ping to the first interface of the second router gives the "request time out" respond and a ping to the second interface of the second router gives the "destination host unreachable" respond.
My network routing (both routers are consumer-grade NETGEAR WNDR3700) is like this:
Modem ==> Router 1 ==> Router 2 WAN Port
I have Router 1 set to DHCP the entire home network. I want Router 2 to section off a web server from the home network in case it gets compromised, but I want computers on the home network to be able to administer the web server.
As it stands, the web server can access PCs on Router 1, and not vice-versa. In effect, I want this to be reversed. Can this be done without changing the physical configuration?
All right, I bit the bullet and switched the router chain so Router 2 comes before Router 1. Set up was so easy and though it's not perfect, it's all ready!
my goal is to share my cable modem signal over my two story house using two wireless routers. The delima is that the routers don't support wireless bridging and if they did, the signal is too weak to make it worth while.
The remedy I came up with... buy a pair of powerline network adapters and connect one router to the other so I could have a good signal upstairs and then a good signal downstairs.
Downstairs, I have the cable modem connected to the Linksys WRT54G router, which has a line out to my blu ray player, wirelessly feeds a PC downstairs and then has a cable run to the powerline adapter.
Upstairs, I have a cat5 connecting the powerline adapter (which was tested and works with laptop) to the data input port on my second wireless router, the netgear wndr3400.
I can't get the netgear upstairs to pull an IP address from the linksys router downstairs over the powerline network.
I'm using my AE1000 to connect my computer in my home office to the router downstairs. The problem I'm having is my neighbor's routers show up on my network connections and it ends up slowing down my internet. Is there any way I can keep my adapter from trying to connect to my neighbors?