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Ultimate Geek
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#21930 11-May-2008 16:25
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Hi All,

We have a setup as follows:

<DELL>-----<WRT54G>-------<DSL 302G>-------<INTERNET>------
The problem is the internet is slow - yet if I plug in the DSl302G its fine.

ftp downloads dont seem to work (via browser) and streaming video didnt from TV3 either.

when i try to get into it dont work either.

Somethign is wrong? prot fowarding issue? Should I DMZ the 302G?

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  #130461 13-May-2008 07:14
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I presume you are double nat'ting, ie the 302 is not in half bridge (most likely cannot be if GenI) and you have the 302 connected to the WRT via its WAN port.

I suggest that you bypass the router of the WRT by first disabling DHCP in the WRT, then connecting the 302 to the WRT via one of its LAN ports. While you are turning the DHCP off, you might like to set the WRTs LAN (not WAN) address into the same address space as the 302, ie something like



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Ultimate Geek
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  #131643 18-May-2008 20:16
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I tuened off DHCP on he WRT and the computers are now getting 10.1.1.x addresses.

Still cant login to the Dlink - I get the prompt for username/password, but nothing after that (Which makes me think its a Dlink problem).

Might just suggest a WAG200G or similar.

She would also like to monitor the traffic because one of her students is using most of the 20Gig cap only 7 days into the billing cycle and she needs to see which one it is?

I know DDWRT supports rflow, but I think you also need to install Apache, and mysql which is a right pain in the a*s.

Even those all in one packages like xmapp never seem simple to install!!!



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