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Topic # 14272 25-Jun-2007 11:44
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Hi all

I currently have Zyxel 660r 61c ethernet modem, linksys WRT54G and i have set my modem to bridge mode and all the isp username and password are setup in my router.
I would like to put my dlink behind my router but it didn't work as it doesn't support Stun Server

I have no choice to set up my network as below

(bridge mode)Modem ---->(wan) Dlink 1120S (ethernet)---> (internet)Linksys WRT54G (1)--->PC


But it is not working and i have no internet

Please help

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  Reply # 75878 25-Jun-2007 14:43
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It looks to me as though you have the devices connected in the wrong order.

I would have said it should be:

(bridge mode)Modem ---->(wan) (internet)Linksys WRT54G (1)--->PC
                                                                                       (2)--->Dlink 1120S (ethernet)

If that still doesn't work, I suggest you get rid of the WRT54G and D-Link 1120S and just buy ONE device Linksys WRT54GP2 which will do it all!

Also, what is your internet connection?

If it is ADSL, you would be best to get rid of ALL your existing equipment and just buy ONE device Linksys WAG54GP2V2 which will do it all.  Further details are here:

http://www.xnet.co.nz/vfx/hardware.shtml

I hope that helps.

Cheers,
Grant.

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