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Connecting 2 Routers Together

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#1 smurfgod


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Posted 17 July 2008 - 10:31 AM

ok, I know some about the blood and guts of the comp, but networking i'm a total moron, so please dumb it down as much as you can. We're doing LAN parties, but too many people so we've got to get 2 routers into the same network, they say its possible but don't remember how they did it. So i came to ask the gurus. /suckingup lol!

This is the gear we're trying to hook.

netgear RP614v2

linksys NR041

A page i was reading said something about disabling the DHCP on the second router to force it into the same IP. as far as i know he knows how to do it, but i know that i don't. We're doing at least 5 computers. If certain computers or connections need to be in a certain spot that information would be greatly appreciated also. thank you for your time

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