Help!

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by apristel, Jan 28, 2006.

  1. apristel

    apristel Guest

    :sadbye:


    OK heres the idea...

    I have a WRT54G (stock firmware 4.20.5)
    I also have a Belkin F5D7230

    I have cable internet connected via ethernet cable to my WRT54G
    I have been using the Belkin as a "bridge" to connect to the internet on a wired pc (wired to the belkin).

    The WRT54G assigns the ip's.

    I would like this...

    cable----WRT54G ~wireless~ Belkin---pc (currently works)

    **I want my belkin to assign the IP to the pc connected to it. Is this possible?**

    I have the belkin assigned a static ip 192.168.1.145
    the WRT54G has all the stock settings..


    Can the belkin assign ip's while bridged to the wrt54g?

    Maybe I need to assign the belkin a static ip in the advanced routing features of the wrt54g?

    I am kind of lost at this... I am very good with this stuff, just never had to mess around with bridging two routers.
     
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