How to make it pass through router

Hi i was wonder is it possible to have a router hooked up to your server and make it to where the servers static ip address is able to pass through the router to give wireless clients the ip address from my server so wireless clients can log onto my server? Thank you.
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  1. What kind or router do you have? Is your server hooked directly to the router? If so, this should work automatically, especially if your server and the wireless clients are on the same subnet. Will need to know a little more about your equipment and setup before I can answer for sure.
  2. abailey said:
    What kind or router do you have? Is your server hooked directly to the router? If so, this should work automatically, especially if your server and the wireless clients are on the same subnet. Will need to know a little more about your equipment and setup before I can answer for sure.


    A Cisco router that's been flashed by dd-wrt. My router is connected direectly to the modem then my server is connected to my switch then the server is connected to my switch both LAN and WAN.
  3. abailey said:
    What kind or router do you have? Is your server hooked directly to the router? If so, this should work automatically, especially if your server and the wireless clients are on the same subnet. Will need to know a little more about your equipment and setup before I can answer for sure.

    A Cisco router that's been flashed by dd-wrt. My router is connected direectly to the modem then my server is connected to my switch then the server is connected to my switch both LAN and WAN.
  4. Where do your wireless clients come in? The cisco router? If so can they not see the server?
  5. abailey said:
    Where do your wireless clients come in? The cisco router? If so can they not see the server?


    The Cisco Router But i also added the feature wireless lan or wan to the server. It use to but i took off the other dns i had setup on my router and my server so i guess that's what's causing it.
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