DLINK DIR 645 Routing

Discussion in 'Network Routers' started by Knut Krüger, Dec 19, 2013.

  1. Knut Krüger

    Knut Krüger Guest


    If I do not connect a pure modem to this router, I can not use the DHCP
    function of this Router. I must use the old routing interface of the
    Modem(with router called modem in the following) instead of the
    interface of the DIR 645

    The modem is connected with the DIR 645 at a lna port

    Whe I turn on the routing of the DIR 645 and turn of teh Routing of the
    modem(router) I must choose a internet connection
    I have
    Static IP
    Dynamic IP (DHCP)

    I am using Static IP

    DIR 645 Router z.B
    Internet static IP at DIR 645:
    Static IP the modem
    Default Gateaway (I can not use which is the
    I must choose a different Gateway as the internet static IP but in this
    case gateway and IP is the same

    so I have to configure the clients by hand without DHCP

    Gateway and DNS Server
    What else can I do. it difficult to find a DSL MODEM (ANNEX B ADSL2+)
    without router

    Kind regards Knut
    Knut Krüger, Dec 19, 2013
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  2. Knut Krüger

    Char Jackson Guest

    The DIR-645 router should be able to assign DHCP addresses to DHCP-aware
    devices connected to its LAN ports even if no modem is attached.
    The modem should be connected to the router's WAN port, not a LAN port.
    You'll normally want to use DHCP to configure the router's WAN port, but of
    course you need to connect the modem to the router's WAN port first, as
    mentioned above.
    Connect the modem to the router's WAN port and set the router to use DHCP to
    configure its WAN port. After that, see where you are. Chances are, you're
    done and everything works.

    Regarding DSL modems, perhaps your unspecified DSL modem can be configured
    in bridge mode rather than router mode. You don't really need to chain two
    routers together, so if you want to use the DIR-645 as a router you should
    probably disable the DSL router function.
    Char Jackson, Dec 19, 2013
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  3. Knut Krüger

    Knut Krüger Guest

    Am 19.12.2013 16:48, schrieb Char Jackson:
    uups I provided the type but it seems that I deleted it afterwards sorry

    ist it working when connecting to the WAN port I did not get any response
    bridge mode is possible
    Knut Krüger, Dec 19, 2013
  4. Am 19.12.2013 19:25, schrieb Zaphod Beeblebrox:
    may be ... sorry
    to explain
    I have no problem to:
    go into the internet
    connect to the DLINK DSL 564T from any PC
    Route the WLAN Router DLINK DI 524 (DHCP for WLAN) to the internet via
    DLINK DSL 564T but this device allows first to use the same static IP
    gateway and DNS and the DSL 564T is working with DHCP for LAN

    but I have Problems to route Switch (or single PC) -> DLINK DIR 645 DHCP
    enabled -> DLIk DSL 564 (DHCP disabled)

    Just now the DSL 564 is connected in a LAN connector from DIR 645

    Normally a pure modem should be in the internet connector but I am not
    able to get this working. I have only a annex A Modem this would be work
    together with the DSL 645 (the Router tries to connect with password an
    ID) but its not working with the ISP, they are using ANNEX B

    THe DIR 645 is connected behind the well working DSL 564T and I was
    talking (maybe not clear enough) from the Setup of the internet
    interface of the DIR 645

    Maybe we can reduce the question to:
    how can I configure a Modem with Router (f.e DSL 564T) to connect it to
    the internet connector of DSL 645

    Kind Regards Knut
    Knut Krüger, Dec 20, 2013
  5. Knut Krüger

    Knut Krüger Guest

    Am 19.12.2013 16:48, schrieb Char Jackson:
    That's it in Bridge mode its working on the WAN port.

    Thank you very much
    Knut Krüger, Dec 20, 2013
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    Char Jackson Guest

    Glad to hear that you got it working. Thanks for reporting on your success.
    Char Jackson, Dec 21, 2013
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