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www.routerlogin.net or www.routerlogin.com is another way to connect with the router instead of using 192.168.1.1 just for interest sake
post #12 of 15
Depends how you have them hooked up.
If you plugged the link into your router's WAN port, it's your default gateway.
If you plugged the link into one of the router's LAN ports:
-Disconnect router from network
-Configure standalone with separate IP address in same subnet.
-Reattach to network
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Originally Posted by beers View Post
Depends how you have them hooked up.
If you plugged the link into your router's WAN port, it's your default gateway.
If you plugged the link into one of the router's LAN ports:
-Disconnect router from network
-Configure standalone with separate IP address in same subnet.
-Reattach to network
I thought you had to use a LAN to LAN to connect them?

Could I connect from LAN on router #1 to WAN on router #2 to configure it as a seperate network?

I don't want to do this as my brother can stream movies from my pc to his just curious if its possible
post #14 of 15
You could indeed. With the following:

Internet -> WAN Router 1 LAN -> WAN Router 2 LAN

LAN clients on router 1 would not be able to access resources in router 2's LAN unless explicitly port forwarded, as by default the WAN port on consumer devices implements a layer of NAT/PAT.
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Originally Posted by beers View Post
You could indeed. With the following:

Internet -> WAN Router 1 LAN -> WAN Router 2 LAN

LAN clients on router 1 would not be able to access resources in router 2's LAN unless explicitly port forwarded, as by default the WAN port on consumer devices implements a layer of NAT/PAT.
so router 1 lan port to the wireless input on router 2?


Thats good to know, but like I mentioned earlier my brother streams movies from my pc to his laptop
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