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@rem Turn OFF wifi - it'll set wireless IP to 0.0.0.0 and stop internet access
@ipconfig /release *Wireless*
@rem Turn ON wifi - changes IP 0.0.0.0 back to what Netgear dhcp server issues
@ipconfig /renew *Wireless*
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Posted 02 March 2015 - 02:45 PM
This may not work the way you wanted, but as reading this I had an idea:
Use one router, connect all devices to it. But use static IPs from a different subnet on your "private" devices. On the devices that you want to have access to both internet and the private network set your default IP to use DHCP (how it does now), but on your alternate IP set it up on your private subnet. What should happen is that all traffic going to the private network is routed as a switch, and not as a router. Since you won't have a real default gateway/next hop address - the PCs configured only with the "private" IP will NOT have any internet access and will not be able to be routed across the internet. This does give a minor security issue since people already on your main network could then use a packet sniffer and get the IPs of the private, but IMO if this is for home those people are already close enough to plug into the router directly and gain the same access.
192.168.1.0/24 = your main router/internet access
All PCs get IPs from DHCP. IP will be 192.168.1.X with mask 255.255.255.0
192.168.122.0/24 = your private network
Manually assign these IPs to your PC's NIC. IPs will be 192.168.122.X with mask 255.255.255.0
Also, what you want to do with the two routers is possible but it's a MAJOR headache. Not to mention that after Microsoft sends updates to "fix" things, it'll break custom configurations like this. I've had something very similar (with two routers) set up before, and while I could get it to work - about once a week I would have to spend 4+ hours undoing Microsoft's "fixes" or just changes that happened for no reason.
Another option, would be to run a double NAT setup. Plug Router2 into Router1's LAN port, and devices on Router1 (your internet-enabled router) will not have access to the private network behind router2. However, any devices connected to Router2 would still be able to communicate with R1 and the internet.
I have 3 wireless d-link security cameras connected to my router, but I don't want them connected to the internet. They are HD and really use up data, I just simply want them connected to my pc.....will your idea help in my situation?
And how exactly can I do it? please really need help with this, thanks
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