Setup Recommendations

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Lilfury, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. Lilfury

    Lilfury Network Guru Member

    I have 3 Linksys Networking Products that I am putting to work in my home network. I have a WGA54G for my Modded Xbox, a NSLU2 NAS server with 300GBx2 and a WRT54G (running DD-WRT v22). I have not done much wireless networking but I am fimiliar with network setup and maintenance.

    Ideally I would like only 3 MAC Addresses to get Wireless links to the WRT54G, 2 Laptops and the Xbox using the WGA54G. I would also like to have the Router mount NFS Shares from the NSLU2 so all Clients can instantly Access the 600GB of storage on the network (if that is possible). I do have a few other internal clients and do PC work on the side so there are wired machines in and out with different MACs.

    Are there any ideas if this is possible? Even if the mapping is not making it so the Wireless clients are restricted to the Xbox using WGA54G and 2 Laptops using A/B/G Adaptors and multiple internal wired clients. Do the WGA54G and Xbox connect as 2 seperate clients?

    Any help, info, suggestions or FYI's would be greatly appreciated ....
  2. sufrano63

    sufrano63 Network Guru Member

    all that is possible. You should upgrade to the latest built of dd-wrt firmware. The latest stable version is v23 sp1 final
  3. Lilfury

    Lilfury Network Guru Member

    Last time I tried to update the dd-wrt to RC4 of v23 my internet PPoE connection no longer would connect. I reverted back to the v22 of the firmware. I never got to looking up to see if it was s known issue or if it was fixed now that the final version is out ...

    Is all of this possible with the Router or do I need to mod the NSLU2 as well?? Is it a big job to do so? I would perfer NFS over SMB for the obvious reasons ...

    Thanks again
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