DI-524 Router with Actiontec DSL Gateway

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by 6roseds, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. 6roseds

    6roseds Guest

    I got a D-Link DI-524 802.11g router for christmas, and I have been
    having trouble using it to connect my bedroom PC to the internet. I
    ran a Cat5e cable from the Actiontec DSL gateway to the WAN port on my
    router and set up the wireless PCI card in my desktop. I was surprised
    to see that my bedroom PC had an internet connection instantly.
    However, now all my computers connected to the wired ports on the DSL
    gateway have no access to the internet, and my wirelessly connected PC
    can't take advantage of the hardware firewall used by the gateway. Any
    suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    Help me please,
    6roseds, Jan 2, 2005
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    peter Guest

    peter, Jan 3, 2005
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    6roseds Guest

    Sorry, I should have been more clear; no computer connected to the
    wired network in any way can access the internet. It is as if the
    wired network doesn't exist at all, whether the devices are connected
    to the 524 or to the Actiontec Gateway. In addition to this, I cannot
    access my network printer from the wireless network (I'm assuming it is
    because it's connected to one of the ports on the DSL gateway). I've
    done a little more research, and it seems that both the Actiontec
    Gateway and the DI-524 have the same default IP address (
    However, I must admit that I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to the
    technical side of networking, and I don't know the proper way to
    resolve the conflict. Everything I've found on the internet pertaining
    to this sort of topic has either been too simple to fix my problem or
    too complicated for me to understand.
    Thanks for the help,
    6roseds, Jan 3, 2005
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