Tim wrote: > > If you manually configure a device, you may have forgotten to set a > route. If the wireless router is acting as a router, rather than as a > dumb access point, it may not relay traffic through unless you've > configured it with a gateway address. > > My D-link has manually set into it: > its own address > its netmask > gateway address (my modem/router's LAN address, it's my gateway to > the ISP) > > I'm guessing that you've missed the last one. Set your Linksys router's > LAN IP address as your D-Link router's gateway address. > He is only using the LAN ports on the router. Shouldn't it just pass along any packet? He is able to access the setup menu on the Linksys router through the D-link router, so he can access the gateway address. I suspect that he does not have the proper gateway address configured on the netbook. He has the netbook configured with a static address, so he would have had to set the gateway address (default route) himself, as well as the address of the name server. One thing we don't know - is the netbook running Windows or Linux. It makes it hard to know what commands to tell hime to run to check things. It would be better in this case if the netbook were configured to use dhcp, and got the information directly from the Linksys box's dhcp server. Mikkel -- Washington DC’s low murder rate of 69 per 100,000 is due to strict gun control. Indianapolis’ high murder rate of 9 per 100,000 is due to the lack of gun control.
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