Oct 25, 2017 · thanks for tutorial, i’m having an issue, i have 2 RT N-12 Asus routers, i have a roku connected to my vpn router (router 2) and all other devices are connected to router 1. When i’m watching tv on my roku from vpn, i have extreme low speeds on my router 1, and suddenly the speed will increase to normal but my router 2 vpn will cut off.
Oct 25, 2017 · thanks for tutorial, i’m having an issue, i have 2 RT N-12 Asus routers, i have a roku connected to my vpn router (router 2) and all other devices are connected to router 1. When i’m watching tv on my roku from vpn, i have extreme low speeds on my router 1, and suddenly the speed will increase to normal but my router 2 vpn will cut off. Please make sure that the first and second router are on different subnets (networks), for example the first router should be 192.168.1.1 and second router should be 192.168.2.1 You shouldn’t have 2 routers running on the same subnet because of IP conflicts. Nov 19, 2015 · Hi everyone, I have 2 routers, 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.0.200. Each of them have their own DSL line connected to them, but they running on the same network range, but basically their working independently from one another. I'm trying to connect two routers to run a WAN-WAN system throughout my property. I followed the directions on wiki twice and both times failed. One of the routers is a modem/router combo. I have them connected with an ethernet cable, and thats the only thing I've done right haha. I'm getting intern Connecting multiple routers together may be necessary if you have one of the following issues:-Your Internet provider has provided you a Modem/Router (two in one) and you want to connect a new router to it.-You want to expand the amount of Ethernet ports in your network (without a switch) Sep 14, 2013 · My personal suggestion however is to have both routers on the same network e.g. 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2, connect the secondary router using a LAN port and enable DHCP only on the primary router connected to the internet. This is usually the easier setup and makes it much easier to have devices on different routers communicate with each other. I have two routers, one wireless connected to ISP1 with optical cable, and the second one connected to ISP2. The second router is cisco 860 series, i will configure ACL lists and zone based firewall on it, so it need to be the router connected to the switch. How do i connect the two routers to share same network?
Feb 17, 2019 · I have connect 2 routers to extend my network to an exterior building. I have done the usual steps. Reassigned the IP address of the second router to be 1.2 and the first to be 1.1.
DHCP enabled on Router 2 - all devices connect to Router 2 on a different range - router IP / gateway of this network would be 192.168.1.1). From the above we can go two routes. 1. Two Separate Routers (different networks ) from one modem - posted in Networking: Hi guys, Now, I should mention Ive set this up and it does work but it bugs me that I dont understand completely why.
We only need this one subnet 192.168.1.x network to connect but this can change - we need users on the 192.168.1.x network to talk with equipment on the network 2 10.1.1.x network and with the routing in place on the 3560 they can ping devices on the 10.1.1.x network through the 3750 switch network 1.
2 You can type different SSIDs in the routers to identify the wireless routers/networks for your wireless client. 3 If you use one of the routers as a main router to connect to Internet and share the Internet connection, you’d better disable the DHCP server on the secondary router. Nov 12, 2018 · Y ou can set up a wireless connection between two routers. One can link a wireless network to a wired network allowing you to bridge two networks with different infrastructure. You can find wireless access points products that offer either a “bridge” mode or a “repeater” mode. Sep 07, 2011 · A router is going to have at least 2 IP addresses, one on each side of it. For what you are describing, you only need one router to connect the 2 network(s) or network segments together. One interface needs to have an IP address to match the first subnet and the second interface needs to have an IP address to match the second subnet. Note that i plan to have different wifi networks from each wireless routers, and will connect my pc to the DI-624 by normal wired connection. This function like one big network, bud a difrent