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How do you configure multiple routers and work groups on different domains hooked to the same comp.
This diagram didnt work.
How do I make it work?
Pictures help me alot.
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Hi,
I think I understand from that picture what your wanting to do. With the current set up, you have to create a network "Bridge" between those two network ports on the back of your server machine, and also turn of DHCP on your wireless router too. This way there is only one DHCP on the network as it should be (The one titled "4-port cable router"). It will also allocate IP's to any devices connected via wireless now that the wireless's DHCP is turned off. The oither thing to do is make sure that on the active DHCP router, the range is reduced somewhat, and static IP's assigned to each of the other routers/swithces on the network, thus avoiding conflicts.

What have you got working just now and what isn't, then we can tackle things one by one.

Chris
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Hi,
I think I understand from that picture what your wanting to do. With the current set up, you have to create a network "Bridge" between those two network ports on the back of your server machine, and also turn of DHCP on your wireless router too. This way there is only one DHCP on the network as it should be (The one titled "4-port cable router"). It will also allocate IP's to any devices connected via wireless now that the wireless's DHCP is turned off. The oither thing to do is make sure that on the active DHCP router, the range is reduced somewhat, and static IP's assigned to each of the other routers/swithces on the network, thus avoiding conflicts.

What have you got working just now and what isn't, then we can tackle things one by one.

Chris
Ok.
Im gonna try those things and Ill post results.
Thanks for your time.
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Originally Posted by chris_robb View Post
Hi,
I think I understand from that picture what your wanting to do. With the current set up, you have to create a network "Bridge" between those two network ports on the back of your server machine, and also turn of DHCP on your wireless router too. This way there is only one DHCP on the network as it should be (The one titled "4-port cable router"). It will also allocate IP's to any devices connected via wireless now that the wireless's DHCP is turned off. The oither thing to do is make sure that on the active DHCP router, the range is reduced somewhat, and static IP's assigned to each of the other routers/swithces on the network, thus avoiding conflicts.

What have you got working just now and what isn't, then we can tackle things one by one.

Chris
Worked perfect.
Thanks for help.
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Worked perfect.
Thanks for help.
Excellent, Glad to hear it!
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hey thanks chris..i am LSCs neighbor.kenny.thanks for everything...i didnt find a DCHP setting in the etherswitch 5 port so i have excluded it for now.but i used the lan on the wireless router for the other options i needed.and it ALL is online and working.again thanks so much....
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