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No problem. You did it correctly, we were just double checking.

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umm, did you see the edit in my last post, is that normal?? sorry im kinda giving you a hard time blushsmiley.gif
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umm, did you see the edit in my last post, is that normal?? sorry im kinda giving you a hard time blushsmiley.gif

No, didn't see that you edited the post.

Do you have the Netgear set as 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 with a default gateway of 192.168.0.1?
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No, didn't see that you edited the post.

Do you have the Netgear set as 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0 with a default gateway of 192.168.0.1?
im not sure about the default gateway but yes, the others were the same, should i reset the router and try fixing it?
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im not sure about the default gateway but yes, the others were the same, should i reset the router and try fixing it?

Nah, I may have to look at the manaul for that router about having a LAN management IP address. I don't mess with SOHO routers that often. They can be convoluted.

When connected to the netgear, type in 192.168.0.1 in your browser. Do you get the Cisco login page?

Edit: Others say you need to shut off the wireless on that model too. That is a requirement for bridged mode. Once you do that, all routing menus should disappear or be grayed out. You can then bridged the LAN connections. You may not be able to get to the Netgear GUI after that though, lol.

All honestly, that's why I just buy a switch when I need a switch. Connect the LAN ports (Same VLAN, or Trunk) and it's all gravy. thumb.gif If you were to buy a really cheap Trendnet Green switch, there would be no setup involved. You would just connect a Cisco LAN port to the Trendnet LAN port, that's it.

I have one of these cheap things sitting in my living room connected to a wireless bridge. Gave me enough ports to connect all my entertainment stuff.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833156250

But for now, let me know if you can get to 192.168.0.1 (Cisco Router) when connected to the Netgear. If you can, you should be fine.
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Nah, I may have to look at the manaul for that router about having a LAN management IP address. I don't mess with SOHO routers that often. They can be convoluted.

When connected to the netgear, type in 192.168.0.1 in your browser. Do you get the Cisco login page?

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I have one of these cheap things sitting in my living room connected to a wireless bridge. Gave me enough ports to connect all my entertainment stuff.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833156250

But for now, let me know if you can get to 192.168.0.1 (Cisco Router) when connected to the Netgear. If you can, you should be fine.
yeah, i can get into cisco settings when connected to the netgear router.
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yeah, i can get into cisco settings when connected to the netgear router.

Okay, your PS3 should work like it did before. You may not be able to connect to the WEB GUI of the Netgear since it may be acting as an unmanaged switch. But, if everything is working, doesn't really matter too much. If you have a minute, try out the PS3 on the Netgear, make sure it's all working.

Edit: Forgot to say Welcome to the forums! Make sure to fill out your computer info. You can do it through your Account settings, under "Rigs". thumb.gif
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Okay, your PS3 should work like it did before. You may not be able to connect to the WEB GUI of the Netgear since it may be acting as an unmanaged switch. But, if everything is working, doesn't really matter too much. If you have a minute, try out the PS3 on the Netgear, make sure it's all working.

Edit: Forgot to say Welcome to the forums! Make sure to fill out your computer info. You can do it through your Account settings. thumb.gif
yeah, its working fine on ps3 and i am getting the same speeds i used to get on pc/ps3.
lol, thanks, ill make sure i do that right now thumb.gif
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