Originally Posted by CaptaiinCaveman
the netgear is an old router that i had sitting around, so i disabled dhpc on it and connected it to the main cisco router. i do have my pc and ps3 connected to the netgear. im not quite sure about the nat and bridged mode stuff, sory im quite new and am just experimenting with networking. the gateway is different for both the devices, is that a problem?
For you to use your existing port forwarding, the clients need to be in the same subnet. The Cisco router will Port Forward to clients withing its 192.168.0.x subnet.
You said the Cisco was handing out DHCP, right? You probably have one of the LAN ports on the Netgear connected to a LAN port on the Cisco. Connect a computer to it and open the command promt (CMD) and type ipconfig /all Make sure 192.168.0.1 is the default gateway.
Also, just try it out with the PS3.
Edit: Also, go into the Netgear and turn off the NAT option (Really shouldn't be trying to do it anyways since nothing is connected to the WAN Coax port).Edited by Biscuits_N_Gravy - 5/25/13 at 9:18pm