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by duckman / August 31, 2005 11:37 AM PDT Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: (NT) Can you "daisy chain" routers? I already have a Cat 5 line that was connected to another desktop on the first floor and thought I could connect the DI-524 to that. So instead of figuring out how to make router#2 a switch, save yourself the trouble and just go out and buy a $20 switch and it should just be plug and Turn on both switches. Source

Thanks! This seem to work well for the wired PCs but still no wireless.thanks Report • #7 wanderer November 13, 2009 at 08:28:49 some model wireless have their own dhcp server. I don't even know if my explanation even makes sense. Just a suggestion.

#2 ImDonly1, http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/23570-42-problem-daisy-chained-wireless-router

Get the answer getochknOct 10, 2013, 6:35 PM FallenZen said: So, if I'm understanding you then I need to check that my secondary router's IP is in the same subnet as, About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Secondary Menu Home Contact Us Best Wireless Router 2017 Wireless AC Wireless N Other Blog Disclaimer Search The downstairs router has DHCP disabled and is configured to be nothing more than a wi-fi access point for the ground level.So the trouble is that it appears adding the second A switch doesn't but it does.

  1. This should allow you to connect to the router.8.Now you are connected to your router you just need to assign the router a password as you would do for any other
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  4. Even the new router has trouble going through all the walls to get back there so I left the E2000 in the back just for them.
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  7. It would be best to turn off DHCP in the D-Link and reassign its own address to something that is in the same general range as the router is using but
  8. To aide in this, I purchased an Asus RT-N66U.

The .0.2 address takes me to the .0.1 router. I'll keep an eye on this thread as well. That means I can use the range below that (192.168.11.2 through .100) for devices to which have been assigned a fixed address, such as a storage server and print servers - That way, you have a total of 7 wired LAN ports plus the wireless connection.

Describe exactly what it is you're trying to accomplish with regard to the WLAN's and we'll see what we can do to help you. Any thoughts? So what do I do? Good luck. · actions · 2004-Dec-17 3:01 am · AnavSarcastic Llama?

You'll want to split the DHCP scope so if you're using: 3-200 make router 1's scope 3-100 and router 2's 101-200 Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands Report • #3 Curt R November 13, 2009 at 05:43:35 Ughh..........that's pretty important information don't you think?Ok, post some config info.You've already told us router 2 plugged into a LAN port The years just pass like trains. I need to get the wireless working on both.Any suggestions?

Set Router 2 IP Address to 192.168.1.2 (or any other address that is within the static range set in Step 4 above8. click to read more check my other post by duckman / September 2, 2005 3:24 AM PDT In reply to: (NT) Can you "daisy chain" routers? SithSolo1 Diamond Member Joined: Mar 19, 2001 Messages: 7,740 Likes Received: 10 Please bare with me. All Rights Reserved Theme designed by Audentio Design. AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > Networking > ThemeWelcome · log in · join

I would then turn DHCP off in the MN-100 (as well as rip). this contact form You have problems like both routers issuing DHCP local IP addresses, etc. Best HD DVR [CharterSpectrum] by RoadZOmbie352. The router is upstairs and has one hard-wired ethernet cable which goes to a room down below.

Your mother ate my dog! Gold subscriber Administrator Posts: 46558 Joined: Tue Aug 20, 2002 10:51 pm Location: Somewhere, having a beer Re: Router Daisy Chaining Problem Quote #5 Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:48 pm I I had been failing for a while and was about to throw it across the room when you posted.

have a peek here You may need to enable it on router2 is dhcp doesn't flow thru from router1 to the wireless in router2 Report • #8 Curt R November 13, 2009 at 09:29:28 It

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I may just have to kick myself if it's really that easy.I will check that this afternoon and report back. new Obihai devices [VOIPTechChat] by Galaxysurfer344. solved Problem with internet connection - 2 routers solved Router WIFI drop internet connection. u just cant plug in a 2nd router and double ur speed!, your 4 computers will still use the same router, they wont bother going 2 the 2nd one, so you've

After about 5-10 minutes of receiving packets, the connection will truly disconnect, but it can be fixed by repairing the connection (albeit temporarily). Tried an ipconfig /release and /renew on my desktop which didn't work. Dad also plans to install some wireless IP cameras around the garage in the near future. Check This Out A Pretty In-Depth Video On Connecting 2 Wifi Routers And that is the end for our guide on how to daisy chain two wireless routers.

They Should pick up any setting up from router 1 via DHCP You can also enable wifi on the second router. Nice..Why is networking so f**ed up? lol. Also the problems found s solved Dual WiFi routers on one cable Internet Connection.

Moreover, even when it is able to access the internet via the wireless connection, it says that it is not connected to the network (even though it also indicates it is I do all mine like .1 for my main, then .2, .3 ,4, .5 so they won't conflict with a DHCP assignment, yet still have a IP. How To Connect A Router To A Modem I Have A Modem, Do I Need A Router For Wi-Fi? Make sure the workgroup name for all PCs are the same2.

in other words lenght of cord router to router? I'm honestly not sure how it worked better than manually unplugging the power and replugging the devices did but I am happy with the result, even if I'm still unsure of Technically, you've set router 2 up as an AP (access point) and that's how they work.If you would like a little more info on daisy chaining routers and configuring them correctly, I appreciate you taking the time to respond.

If yes, what is the behavior and color of port 2? The intranet works fine, file transfers and shared directories all work great, but internet accessibility is intermittent at best.I have one user downstairs using Win7 who seems to be able to Welcome to the community! Discussion topics include Wi-Fi setups, 802.11, best routers as well as Linksys routers, D-Link routers, Belkin routers, Netgear routers, wireless printers, security settings, setting up a home network, Mac networking, and

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A switch doesn't but it does. Report • #6 pismo10 November 13, 2009 at 07:55:12 200'has worked well with a switch for years but now I am trying to add wireless capability at the #2 router.My next

The second router would act as an access point instead of a repeater.