wrt54g to ezxs88w

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by markoshust, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. markoshust

    markoshust LI Guru Member

    i need a switch between my cable modem and wireless router so i can use the static wan ip's given to me by my isp.

    can you connect these two devices without any issues? i need a wireless internet connection in my place of business. computers on wireless internet connection can all share a single static wan ip.

    i wanted to go:
    ~INTERNET~ > ezxs88w > servers (ex. virtual eth,,, etc.)
    ~INTERNET~ > ezxs88w > wrt54g (ex. > multiple wireless computers

    also how would i find out the linksys devices static ip's on this configuration? usually wrt54g is, but what would ezxs88w be? does that device have a way to control it through web browser like wrt54g?

  2. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    The ezxs88w is a basic switch that passes traffic through its ports. It is not manageable so it has no GUI or IP. You just plug and play with it.
  3. markoshust

    markoshust LI Guru Member

    can you connect the two devices and will wireless work?
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Yes the wireless will work and the wrt address will be whatever you assign it to be.
  5. markoshust

    markoshust LI Guru Member

    thanks a lot, i think thats my solution to my problem/situation in the other posting.
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