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Using a network Switch with Two routers

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June 3, 2010 3:08:53 AM

Hey guys, I got three routers, A net Gear A Linksys D Router and A Linksys Wrt160n V2.0 Router, A network Hub and about 15 devices on the network attached to the D-Link Router, I have the Linksys wrt160n Wireless router IP Set to 192.168.3.5 the Dlink is on 192.168.1.1. the Cable modem is connected to the wireless router's WAN and the D-link has it's DHCP turned off, connected to the Wireless Via An ethernet Cable on Port 1 of the WRT160n, Initially I get internet connection on both, but Later they Both loose connection from the Internet, the only way to resolve this is to turn off both routers and turn them back on... any Solutions for this. Oh By the way the 3rd Router is a NET GEAR and The DVR is connected to it.

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June 3, 2010 6:04:49 AM

technicalrose said:
Hey guys, I got three routers, A net Gear A Linksys D Router and A Linksys Wrt160n V2.0 Router, A network Hub and about 15 devices on the network attached to the D-Link Router, I have the Linksys wrt160n Wireless router IP Set to 192.168.3.5 the Dlink is on 192.168.1.1. the Cable modem is connected to the wireless router's WAN and the D-link has it's DHCP turned off, connected to the Wireless Via An ethernet Cable on Port 1 of the WRT160n, Initially I get internet connection on both, but Later they Both loose connection from the Internet, the only way to resolve this is to turn off both routers and turn them back on... any Solutions for this. Oh By the way the 3rd Router is a NET GEAR and The DVR is connected to it.


[#0005ff]Depending on how much later the connection falls over, it may be worth checking the Lease on that router. What type of cable i sin use between MODEM and the wireless router. I assume wired machines are unaffected.[/#000ff]
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