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Linksys E2500 Routing Tables

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ingis, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. Ingis

    Ingis Serious Server Member

    Hello All

    Sorry if I'm posting this thread in a wrong place.

    I need your help !

    I have two cisco routers , one cisco 800 series - this is the router of my ISP (I cannot login on it ), and one Linksys e 2500 series - this is my router.

    The ISP router give to my a LAN like (I have some PC and servers connected on ti )

    I configure my linksys with static IP, like IP - and linksys LAN and wireless is like .

    Everything it's seemed OK, i have internet from my linksys LAN, I can ping the servers on my LAN from 192.168.0/24. But the problem is that i cannot ping or sharing files or connecting remotely form my ISP LAN to my internal linksys LAN

    Seemed like the ISP router doesn't know about my linksys LAN.

    Does thees router exchange routing tables with each other or not, or where is the problem ?

    Can you help me please ?

    Thank you !
  2. Malitiacurt

    Malitiacurt Networkin' Nut Member

    They're on different subnets. Turn your Linksys e2500 router into Access Point mode. I haven't used the default Cisco Linksys firmware in a while but either there should be a mode/option to turn it into an AP, or you can simply just turn off DHCP on your e2500.

    ~Edit wow I should've looked at the date on these posts...

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