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bridge connection

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by aaziz, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. aaziz

    aaziz Guest

    Dear All,

    i have used 2 linksys router WRT54G one server & another client

    linksys#192.168.1.1(API)
    wan#192.168.10.188
    g/w#192.168.10.10

    one pc attached with cross wire this router IP#192.168.1.20,g/w#192.168.1.1
    successfully connected to wan but

    other pc is not connecting to wan via the second WRT54G

    linksys#192.168.1.10(client)
    WAN#DISABLE
    g/w#192.168.1.1
    one pc attached with cross wire this router IP#192.168.1.77,g/w#192.168.1.10

    i wish to try 192.168.1.77 connect to 192.168.1.20 , but not any response to the server.

    The client WRT is connected to the AP WRT, but now I need to set up a bridge...

    plz solve this problem

    Regards:
    aaziz
     
  2. t4thfavor

    t4thfavor Network Guru Member

    what.....


    im going to try.

    get latest firmware from either linksys or other 3rd party.
    turn on wds configure it.

    throw out the crossover cable (they suck)

    then it will automagically work.
    you may have to turn off the dhcp server on one wrt.
    but i think wds mode does it automatically.
    if not ask again but try to use better english because im not sure if i answered the correct question.

    but i will try.
     
  3. oopsibrokeit

    oopsibrokeit Network Guru Member

    i like that... :)

    i think thats a typo, but i like it. it describes beautifully how sometimes you look away for a second and as if by magic everything corrects itself!

    one to remember to use on the boss when he asks how i fixed something.
     
  4. Guyfromhe

    Guyfromhe Network Guru Member

    i don't think thats a typo everyone says automagically :p
     
  5. oopsibrokeit

    oopsibrokeit Network Guru Member

    it is..? : 8O OK,

    I've missed out on that one somehow... but i like it.

    I think i'm going to adopt "It automagically fixed itself" as 'standard answer number five'

    this is to go along side 'standard answers numbers one, two, three, and four' which are

    "No"
    "No chance"
    "because It's broken"
    and
    "If I knew what was wrong I would have fixed it already"
     

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