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Created: Nov 17, 2013
cmsret Created: Nov 17, 2013
This is a superb thread with truly invaluable information. I have been following it for a year. SomeJoe7777 is the absolute best resource I have come across in this forum. I want to address the series of messages between jphaus and SomeJoe7777 starting at post 443 and ending at 450 – specifically post 446 where SomeJoe7777 states: “there are a few other people who have re...
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Created: Apr 14, 2013
cmsret Created: Apr 14, 2013
Indeed... Linksys EA4500 - there is a tab called Local Network that allows me to edit the LAN IP address of the router and turn off DHCP. I have done that successfully. There is also a tab called Internet Settings that allows me to change form "Auto - DHCP" to "Static IP". I was confused about the Static IP part but based on your earlier post I now have at default - Auto ...
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Created: Apr 14, 2013
cmsret Created: Apr 14, 2013
SomeJoe7777, I have followed your post 13 verbatim (no problem on the LAN to LAN). What confused me on that post is the word "static" on item no. 3, I quote: "Change the LAN IP address of your router to a static IP....." so I was trying to accomplish that by changing the Internet Connection Type from "Auto -DHCP" to "Static IP". I will leave it as-is. Thanks for the help,...
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Created: Apr 13, 2013
cmsret Created: Apr 13, 2013
To SomeJoe7777 A little more detail on my earlier post this afternoon. At the moment I am trying to set up a new router as an access point behind an old router to test this setup for a new UV Gateway. Regading my question on the Internet Connection Type - Automatic Configuration DHCP. I can actually change that to Static IP on the new router and fetch addresses from the o...
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Created: Apr 13, 2013
cmsret Created: Apr 13, 2013
To SomeJoe7777: I am trying to setup my Linksys router as a wireless access point behind a Gateway. I am following one of your earlier post on this. I can disable the WI-FI on the Gateway. On the Local Network Tab of the Linksys I can disable the DHCP server and set the Linksys IP address to be on the same subset as the Gateway but outside its DHCP range. I have some ques...
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Created: Mar 31, 2011
cmsret Created: Mar 31, 2011
SomeJoe7777 wrote: Once you change the IP address in step 3, you will no longer be able to communicate with the router until the IP address on your computer is changed to an IP address in the same subnet as the router. This shouldn't be a problem if you simply make sure the computer is getting an IP address via DHCP, reboot the computer, and let it pull an IP address from...
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Created: Mar 31, 2011
cmsret Created: Mar 31, 2011
In order to make the changes to the router in steps 1 and 3 of post #13, do I first connect the router directly to a PC and if so do I connect the Ethernet port of the PC to one of the LAN ports of the router or do I connect it to the WAN? I realize that once the router is configured properly I would be connecting it LAN to LAN - 2WIRE to router. I am a newbie on this, th...
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Created: Mar 31, 2011
cmsret Created: Mar 31, 2011
SomeJoe7777 wrote: So you are only interested in the wireless aspect of the router? In that case, you do not want to follow these directions at all, since you do not need special routing functionality. Instead, all you want is a wireless access point. To do this, do the following: 1. Turn off DHCP on your router. 2. Change the link between the 2Wire router and your router...
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