Thread: Using NAT to add PC's
May 16th, 2007, 09:19 PM #1
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Using NAT to add PC's
I have a great router that limits me to 5 connected PC's, and a POS Netgear wireless router without such a limit, but that cannot stay up when routing and being an access point. I would like to use the Netgear as an Access Point, but on one subnet, say 192.168.2.X, and then use the Checkpoint Router to server the AP, Ethernet PC's, and a Sonos Music System. Thse would be on another subnet - say 192.168.1.X.
Will this work?
Do I setup both routers to DHCP their local constituents?
Does the AP get a DHCP address for it's router port from the Checkpoint router?
If one Sonos controller is on a .1 address and the other on a .2 address (Wireless), will that work?
Any help would be appreciated.
May 16th, 2007, 11:07 PM #2
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Well im not too sure about the router, you might be able to do something with static routing (if the router supports it)
Do you have the latest firmware on the both routers? (maybe to correct an issue and be able to use one of the routers?)
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