Hi guys I have an issue that has me stumpted for the past few hours, so I'm sure some of you guys might be able to help me out, and it would be greatly appreciated!
Basically when I signed up to my new ISP, they sent me out a modem/router that has wireless features, and in essence it should be all I need for my home network. This modem has all the ISP's settings etc...
But over the course of the past few months I'm getting constant wireless drop-outs, and even my powerline adapters are playing up and I have to re-boot the modem a lot of the time. So today I found my own router that went missing when we were moving house, it's an WL-500gP V2. I really liked this router and in my previous house we had cable broadband and all I had to do was connect it and it found the ISP settings and all I had to do was configure my static IP's etc.. This ISP is providing ADSL2+ and I thought it would be the same, but right away it told me 'automatic detection settings failed'.
I then went to the manual settings and had a look but I couldn't see anything out of order.
So what I want to do is if possible, let my new router control port forwarding and static IP's etc... I want my asus to take control of as much as possible. I just want to be able to see 'DSL' light on ISP's router and be happy with that and then use my asus to control everything else including DHCP.
Thanks in advance guys