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.
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 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 have windows8 on a Samsung Laptop. I live in an apartment building and had an issue with unauthorized access. I used MAC address filtering on my Belkin router and marked the devices as intruder on McAfee and later I reset my router with a different SSID and Password. I see a router and sometimes two different routers in my the Network Infrastructure.
Cisco announced an updated line of Linksys wireless 802/11/b/g/n routers for the home market, including a Linux model. The E2100L Advanced Wireless-N Router with Linux OS offers four 10/100 Ethernet ports, a USB port, a UPnP AV Media Server, and like the other E-Series WiFi routers, provides new, m...
Recently I got a second wireless router, along with a second DSL line. I'm planning on running any bandwidth intensive applications on a computer using the second line, and the other devices will use the first. The problem is, I want to be able to ssh into the computer, but it's not using the same router.