need help with network setup

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by mikebode, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. mikebode

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    I have the following network setup: cable modem to Vonage VoIP router (this is a linksys router) to Wireless B-broadband router. I have 2 wireless connections and one that that is connected directly to the B-broadband router.
    The VoIP router is setup for DHCP and distributes IP addresses in the 192.168.15.x range. I have Internet access from all stations. So far so good.
    1) How do I access the B-broadband router now? It used to have the IP address, but I can't access that anymore. Does it get a dynamic IP assigned by the VoIP router. and if so, which one is it.
    2) All stations can ping each other, but no station can access the other's resources (printers, shared folders). One computer (Win XP) shows the other computers in the network neigborhood (but can't access them), the other computer does not show them (yet can ping them). How do I fix this?
    3) For my information: The B_broadband router wa set up as a DHCP host with the 192.168.1.x range. Why do the wireless stations get a 192.168.15.x IP address instead?

    Thanks for your help.

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