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If there are multiple routers on the network how to figure out which one is conn

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November 25, 2010 6:28:14 AM

Hello,
if there are multiple routers on the network, how to figure out which one is connected to the internet and use that or does it get confusing if there are more than one router available?

For example in an ares some routers are used to replicated the wifi signal - so they are not being used as routers or what exactly is connected to the internet.

Thanks in Advance!!
November 25, 2010 7:23:04 AM

no i don't have problem with my connection. there is no ques about repeaters or boosters. but i only want to know that if i have multiple routers connected in my network then how could i will know which one is connected to the internet?

plz help!!
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November 25, 2010 7:55:28 AM

Like in Bridging Wireless Routers? You can spot the main router because it is connected to a modem, if this router is being connected by its port then this is the main router.
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November 25, 2010 8:52:48 AM

dEAne said:
Like in Bridging Wireless Routers? You can spot the main router because it is connected to a modem, if this router is being connected by its port then this is the main router.


Thanks for the reply!!

but if i didn't connect the modem then there will be no internet connection?
again i want to know if there are 2 router then modem is connected to the first router n second router is connected to the port with the system and both router are connected to each other(wired).then there will be a internet connection establish or not n which will be the gateway router (gateway ip)for the system.
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