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.
This is a very begginer question. We know that ARP protocol isn't secure at all. Computers and routers(/switchs) trust in ARP replies and updates its ARP caches (as far as I know). So, why wireless routers can't detect ARP Spoofing if they only have to check that two or more interfaces in their MAC cache have a same MAC address?
We have a Samsung Galaxy Tab2 10.1. It previously connected fine via Wi-Fi to our Netgear router from anywhere in the house. Last night, it stopped connecting and no longer displays the router in the available routers list, even though many neighbour's routers are visible (but password protected, of course).
I have a Linksys WAG320N Wireless N router and a Belkin Wireless N router. The Linksys is acting as a modem and DHCP server, and I want to set up the Belkin as an AP. Is there any reason this shouldn't be possible? Am I right in thinking it's a case of connecting the two routers via ethernet and setting up the Belkin as an AP only and giving it a static IP?
I have ADSL2 Modem which I got from my service provider, now I want to setup wireless(Wi-Fi) in my home. I went to shop, where I came to know that there are routers which come up with modem also but they are priced lil higher than the only wi-fi routers. Now it is obvious that I should go for only wi-fi one, as I already have modem.
Basically I have two dd wrt routers(TP-LINK and ASUS) working in "LAN-WAN" infrastructure(so they both gateways, gateway-router infrastructure doesn't suit to me) and I want to somehow "connect" wireless network interface from one router to wireless interface of another router so that internet traffic and dhcp would go through the second router(I have traffic inspector there).