You've provided almost zero details.What are the make/model of the routers.What is your uplink to your ISP (pppoe, dhcp, static, what)?If you're asking about... [by vonskippy]
on 08/18/2012 – Made popular on 08/18/2012
My routers my second and third router are connected to the main via Static IPs outside the main router's DHCP range. Routers 2 and 3 have DHCP disabled (so the main router handles all DHCP). All 3 routers are on separate wifi channels. But my main router/modem keeps crashing. Even when it is working, there still is some traffic jams on the network.
I have a main wireless router which is provided by my broadband company. It had no problem but as the wireless could not cover the whole house I added two new routers which are connected by cable to the first one.
My DHCP starts from 192.168.0.4. So .1 is the main router and .2, .3 are the other routers.
I recently changed my internet to a business plan I have a new static ip and I got 2 routers 1 is a trendnet tew 432brp and linksys router switch befsr81 I have two servers running ubuntu 12.04
When I type my public static ip address currently assigned to linksys router/switch from behind the router I cannot see my server I can only access from lan ip, I used to be able to edit websit
Nearly every router I've ever owned does not list clients that have static IPs, regardless if they are inside or outside the DHCP scope. They only list clients that have been given an address by DHCP. I've seen this on cheap home routers and expensive business routers, and have yet to find one that actually lists all the devices that are connected to it. Why is this?
I have a router with dynamic dhcp where I created some fixed adresses for some things I want to use with dyndns.
The problem is, that I have a pc/server which does not support dhcp/dynamic ip, so I have a static IP on this one (instead of only static IP for it on the router + pc in dhcp mode), which is the reason it won't show on my router's interface for portforwarding.
How can I make it show in
If your Internet Service Provider (ISP) has configured static routing, you are unlikely to be able to add any other computers to your network without first contacting the ISP.Even if the ISP has configured a static IP for this computer, he should be able to replace the switch with a router running DHCP and NAT and mirror the static config (from the windows machine) to the router.