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Getting a printer to work on wired and wireless part of network. How do I bridge 2 subnets?

I've just installed Google Wifi wireless router on my Uverse network.  The Google router insists on using subnet 192.186.86.xx for everything connected to it (everything that's wireless).  My Uverse router (NVG599) uses 192.168.1.xx (everything that's wired).  Everything works fine except my printer

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How do I setup an AT&T Internet Static IP?

AT&T Static IPs are available as a bolt-on; priced at a premium on top of the price of AT&T Internet service. A static IP address is an IP Address associated with your account that never changes and can be assigned to a specific device. Every time that you connect to the AT&T network the

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Trouble setting up router behind 3800HGV modem

I'm trying to set up a router for internal (home) use only, no access from the internet.I have AT&T's 3800HGV 2Wire modem, a D-Link router, and a Netgear router. Both routers are connected to the 2Wire. The 2Wire configuration screen shows the Netgear router as having address 192.168.1.12.The D-Link

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UDP/TCP ports blocked between subnets using BGW210 and pass-through router? Airplay not working...

I have 1 Gbps U-Verse and a relatively new Arris BGW210-700 residential gateway I got after upgrading from a Pace that's setup on the 192.168.1.x subnet.  I also have an ASUS router setup as a passthrough that I'm using on the 192.168.50.x subnet.  Everything is running well in terms of internet acc

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