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#1 tribalguyx

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Posted 29 October 2016 - 12:45 PM

For my fellow IT brethren. I've hit a bit of a brick wall and asking for a bit of guidance. I'm trying to expand the number of available ethernet ports I have via an unused router. But I cannot get an Internet connection thru the secondary router at all. Listed below is the map of my network:

-Motorola docsis 3.0 wired modem
-Netgear wndr4300 setup as main dhcp router connected via patch cable from uplink port to uplink port to (below)
-Netgear prosafe gigabit switch unmanaged. Connected via patch cable from uplink to uplink port to (below)
-Legrand 4 port router switch setup in bridged mode rather than dhcp router. This is then connected via patch cable to my pc.

Ip structure from first router to final switch:

-Netgear wndr4300/ 192.168.1.1
-Legrand router / 192.168.40.254
-Main PC / 192.168.40.2

I left the ipv4 settings on PC to automatic to give a clean slate for troubleshooting . I tried a couple different staic addresses to no avail.I have blanked out the Mac addresses for privacy reasons .

I hope this helps ;)

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#2 Wand3r3r

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Posted 29 October 2016 - 11:47 PM

you could follow this article

 

http://www.techsupportforum.com/3001-connecting-additional-routers/






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