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Cisco 1841 and a wireless router.... HELP!

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by TheRightRev, Mar 25, 2006.

  1. TheRightRev

    TheRightRev Network Guru Member

    Hey folks... here's the question:
    I have a Cisco 1841 setup with a T1 terminating in the serial and one fast ethernet port providing internal LAN access. The other fast ethernet port I have setup as a DMZ port with no internal LAN access - just external internet ONLY. That works when I plug a laptop into via a crossover. The problem is that I need to hook a wireless router up to that port, but I can't seem to get the damn thing working.
    Does the cable plug into the WAN port on the router or a lan port?
    The router is a Dlink that only allows me to create LAN IPs via DHCP as 192.168.1.xx but the IP that I give the router (static to connect to the fa01 on the 1841) is - would that cause a problem?
    Any suggestions?

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