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BEFW11S4 v4 begins to talk to Router through LAN port

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September 25, 2004 7:45:53 AM

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My configuration has been a DI-604 (wired DLink router) connected to a
BEFW11S4 v4 (Linksys wireless router) LAN port. The clients that
connect through the Linksys router need to pass the MAC filter on the
DLink router. DHCP on the Linksys router has been turned off.

This configuration has working well for over a month. Recently, I
noticed that the Linksys router LAN side MAC address has been rejected
at the DLink router - the address indeed is not in the access list.
It occurs every 5 to 10 minutes. I don't believe that this was
happening before and I am curious to find out why this is happening.
I don't believe that the Linksys AP should be talking to anything -
nor is it behaving as a router.

I have since added the LAN side address to the MAC filter list but
wanted to know why this began happening.


Chris

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Anonymous
September 25, 2004 5:25:28 PM

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cjtwantstoknow@yahoo.com (Chris) wrote in
news:cf84a22f.0409250245.6ab8b9fa@posting.google.com:

> My configuration has been a DI-604 (wired DLink router) connected to a
> BEFW11S4 v4 (Linksys wireless router) LAN port. The clients that
> connect through the Linksys router need to pass the MAC filter on the
> DLink router. DHCP on the Linksys router has been turned off.

OK

> I don't believe that the Linksys AP should be talking to anything -
> nor is it behaving as a router.

What do you mean by that? Of course, Linksys is communicating with the
gateway router. It may be acting as a switch but it is communicating with
the computers connected to it too.

I know on my old 11S4 v1 acting as a switch and connected to the
WatchGuard, the Linksys is configured to be a Router and not a Gateway
through the Linksys Admin screen. Have you done that?

>
> I have since added the LAN side address to the MAC filter list but
> wanted to know why this began happening.
>

Maybe, D-link and Linksys don't play well together.

Duane :) 
September 28, 2004 1:17:40 AM

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Thank you for the ethereal tip. I setup a capture filter and one
packet arrived every 5 minutes or so. These messages correspond to
what the router was showing on its log.

Will this cause some type of inoperability if I continue to filter?
Or should I enable the MAC addess on the router?


No. Time Source Destination
Protocol Info
1 0.000000 192.168.0.2 224.0.0.1 IGMP
V2 Membership Query

Frame 1 (60 bytes on wire, 60 bytes captured)
Ethernet II, Src: 00:0c:41:6f:25:a6, Dst: 01:00:5e:00:00:01
Internet Protocol, Src Addr: 192.168.0.2 (192.168.0.2), Dst Addr:
224.0.0.1 (224.0.0.1)
Internet Group Management Protocol
!