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2 router home network IPv4/IPv6

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April 13, 2011 3:52:24 PM

Hello Tom's community!

I'm looking to set up my own home network with 2 routers :
1) linksys router WRT320N
2) d-link dir300

I'm living in a house with 4 other university students + me. We all owns a laptop(5) and a smartphone(5).
2 of us have a gaming desktop and we also have 1 ps3 and 1 xbox. We also using our network to share contents like music and video.

For a total of 14 devices on our network. I also have to consider friends of the house who sometimes brought their laptops and smartphones too.

I was thinking about isolating one network containing our 5 laptops for studying with all the smartphones connected to the D-link which is connected to the internet throught IPv4.

Public IPv4 class C
D-link (174.x.x.x) WAN / LAN (192.168.0.1)
------PS3 (192.168.0.2) <-- DHCP reserved
------Xbox360 (192.168.0.3) <-- DHCP reserved
------Gaming PC-1 (192.168.0.4) <-- DHCP reserved
------Gaming PC-2 (192.168.0.5) <-- DHCP reserved
------Friends Laptops/smartphones (192.168.0.7 to 192.168.0.12) <-- DHCP auto-assign
------Linksys (192.168.0.6) WAN / LAN (2001:0500:A5B2::100) <-- DHCP reserved
--------------Laptop-1 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::1)
--------------Laptop-2 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::2)
--------------Laptop-3 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::3)
--------------Laptop-4 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::4)
--------------Laptop-5 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::5)
--------------Smartphone-1(2001:0500:A5B2:100::6)
--------------Smartphone-2(2001:0500:A5B2:100::7)
--------------Smartphone-3(2001:0500:A5B2:100::8)
--------------Smartphone-4(2001:0500:A5B2:100::9)
--------------Smartphone-5(2001:0500:A5B2:100::10)


What do you guys think ?
Thanks
-SqueezeWell





April 13, 2011 4:14:47 PM

I'm sorry lol I talked about WRT320N but it actually doesnt support IPv6.
I meant to say D-Link dir-655
a b D Laptop
April 13, 2011 5:43:03 PM

should work as long you not trying to share data between the laptops and the game stations
Anonymous
a b D Laptop
April 19, 2011 11:09:09 AM

This topic has been moved from the section Toms Network to section Networking by Grumpy9117
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