On Nov 20, 2007 11:23 AM, Christian Csar <email@example.com> wrote:
> So your current configuration has your Cisco DSL Modem connected with an
> Ethernet cord to wireless router number 1, then you have wireless router
> 2 approximately 10 feet away connected via an Ethernet cord to your
> And you want to wireless router 1 to connect to wireless router 2 via
> If you want your computer to be able to access the internet through your
> DSL connection via wireless, then you should only need a wireless card
> in your computer which can then connect via wireless to router 1.
> Your routers probably are attempting to assign ip addresses via DHCP in
> the 192.168.0.x and 192.168.2.x ranges. For security reasons the default
> setting on the router is most likely to deny access to the router setup
> page unless it is from an ip address in the range it assigns. You could
> probably change the settings in NetworkManager to be automatically
> assigned an ip using DHCP, in general a static IP would have been
> assigned to you by your ISP.
> I do not know how, or if it is possible for wireless router 2 to get
> internet access via router 1. But it is unlikely to be the best
> solution. If your computer is a desktop, then you will probably get the
> best connection by simply running a cord from either your modem, or
> router 1 to your computer, as wireless is in general less reliable.
Thanks for the reply...
I realize that two wireless routers is one more then I really need.
But, I already had a nic card in computer #2...
I am still struggling why the two routers can't see each other...
> User Iam wrote:
> > HI
> > Setting up my wireless....
> > Have a couple of questions...
> > What I am doing is connecting two machines via wireless...
> > MY DSL comes in on my Cisco DSL box..
> > I want to connect my computer in the other room to this computer...
> > I bought two G routers...
> > Have connected one G router to my Cisco DSL box..
> > And the other G router to my remote < 10 feet away> computer...
> > < I could have ran a cable but, wanted the G experience>
> > My Question...
> > I couldn't web configure either box until I changed my IP on the
> > configuring box..
> > In other words..
> > ON the box connected to the Cisco DSL router... My browser would not
> > go there till I changed my IP to 192.168.2.2 < the web config
> > interface on G box is 192.168.2.1
> > On the remote box I have to change ip to 192.168.0.2.. <web interface
> > on d-link g box is 192.168.0.1>
> > I had been using <still am > the 10.x.x.x on all my boxes.. with gate
> > way of 10.0.0.1......
> > Why did I have to change ips on box to browse G boxes..???????
> > I have both boxes set to channel 6... No password.. They don't see
> > each other....
> > Or I can't ping form one box to the other.... So I assume they can't
> > see each other..
> > <I have changed the IP back to 10.x.x.x.
> > TIA
> > User Iam
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