Gerhard Magnus wrote: > I recently added a D-Link wireless router to a network in which > everything (except a new netbook computer) is connected by ethernet > cables. I also use static addresses. Here's the setup: > > DSL modem --> Linksys router --> D-Link router --> wireless netbook > | > -----------> eternetted computers > > Using a browser on the netbook I can access configuration menus for both > routers, which seems to indicate that the wireless network was set up > correctly and that the cable between the two routers is working. > > I cannot access the configuration menu of the DSL modem from the > netbook, although I can do this from any of the other computers. > > Consistent with this, I cannot access the Internet from the netbook, > either with named or with IP addresses. > > If I connect the netbook to the Linksys router with an ethernet cable I > can access the Internet without problems. > > In configuring the D-link modem I followed the instructions for > connecting to another router in the manual: disabling UPnP and DHCP and > changing the D-link's LAN address to an available address on my network. > I also used a LAN port on the D-link (not the Internet/WAN port) to > connect the D-link to the Linksys, as instructed. > > Does anyone know why this isn't working? > > If this problem is too off-topic for this group I would appreciate any > suggestions of where else to look. > You may want to check that the default route is being set properly. Are you using dhcp or a static configuration on the netbook? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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