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
That's what I have. Both routers have DHCP on right now. I do not want DHCP on the Router 1 because I assign the addresses myself. Router 2 I want DHCP to run because all guests connect to it. Router 1 currently runs wireless and every device connected gets an address from me. Router 2 has a static IP from Router 1 and should be handling all DHCP requests from user connecting to it.
So I was playing around with my router and dynamic/static IP addresses and after I tuned off the DHCP server of the Router I am no longer able to connect to the routers web interface even with a static IP.
The IP of the router is 10.0.0.138 and I also can configure a static IP on my Win7 like: