2 Xbox Consoles on 1 network - NVG589 adding Linksys EA6300
NVG589 adding Linksys EA6300 – Uverse Internet – purpose is to have 2 Xbox Consoles on 1 network
Need “step by step” tutorial – step one turn on computer, step 2 connect Secondary router to??? And then??? Seriously … thought I knew what I was doing but apparently DO NOT!!!
I've read through many "IP Passthrough" threads and all that I've read give some version of changing the 'Device IPv4 Address'. However, when I did this my NVG589 went crazy and lost internet for 24 hours!
What are the actual steps from start to finish to setup the ATT NVG589 – and then configure the secondary router to match up and not have conflicting IP address issues?
I need an extremely “dummed” down explanation because I’m a “dummed” down tech guy … ATT is making feel stupid.
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Re: 2 Xbox Consoles on 1 network - NVG589 adding Linksys EA6300
I don't have a 589 on hand to reference. Disable DHCP on your Linksys EA6300 to get it to work. Then go to 192.168.1.254 and select the firewal, Applications, Pinholes and DMZ . Select your router's IP, and set as the DMZ. No traffic from your router will hit the firewall. All will pass through.
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