Gerhard Magnus wrote: > On Thu, 2009-06-18 at 17:51 -0500, Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: >> 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 > > I have a static configuration set on the netbook that references the > address of the D-link router (192.168.1.2) as the gateway. The manual > says that when connecting the D-link to some other router (rather than > directly to the Internet) DHCP on the D-link must be disabled. > > It seems that with the way I have things set up there's no "logical" > D-link -> Linksys path -- I can't find any place in the D-link network > configuration menu for setting the gateway address of the Linksys > (192.168.1.1). > > The "free" tech at D-link (or I suspect somewhere in India) warned me in > advance that he would have absolutely nothing to say about linksys or > linux. > You can use DHCP - the reason you turn off the DHCP server on the D-link is so that it doesn't "fight" with the one on the Linksys. Both the LAN and wireless connections to the D-link can get DHCP leases from the Linksys router. I have a setup like this running at my little brother's house. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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