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Tomato wireless to wired question

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by ffr58kk90, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. ffr58kk90

    ffr58kk90 LI Guru Member


    I have a WRT54G running Tomato 1.22 firmware, I have 2 pc's connected to the router via wired connections and a laptop and Logik IR100 Wifi Radio on the wireless.
    I am using Fixed Ip's all throughout, and a fixed ip on the internet side.
    The problem I have is that the Wifi Radio or laptop will not see any pc's on the Wired side of the router (when looking for windows shares), neither will the laptop.
    The wired pc's will see each other in network neighbourhood but not see any of the wireless ones.

    I can however ping any machine from any other!

    It is as though the wireless and wired are two seperate lans
    Can anyone tell me is this how it is supposed to be?, I have played about with various settings on the router and the only way I can get the wired to see the wireless is to select 'Router' instead of Gateway in 'advanced, routing', but although wired pc's see wireless and vica versa, I have no internet wan connectivity.

    Anyone suggest where I may look,

  2. lpm11

    lpm11 Addicted to LI Member

    This is I think AP isolation.
    Go to Advanced Settings->Wireless and uncheck option "AP Isolation".
  3. ffr58kk90

    ffr58kk90 LI Guru Member

    Hi there, I have tried ap isolation, (which was disabled) and it doesn't help, it almost seems that they are on a seperate subnet (which of course they are not)
  4. ffr58kk90

    ffr58kk90 LI Guru Member

    Update, for the heck of it, I just flashed the router to version 1.23 and believe it or not it now works perfectly, the wired can see the wireless pc's and vice verca and also the wifi radio sees the windows shares!.

    Not sure whether it was an issue with 1.22 or the router had gotten screwed up (although I have re-booted it numerous times to try and cure this problem).
    Anyhow, for now all seems to work as it should.

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