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About cgbeale

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    A Router behind a Router

    It's magic! Thanks for such and easy and effective solution. I don't understand how plugging in the cable from the first router into the lan ports of the second router allows the signal to be "spit" but it works. Thanks again for help
  2. I recently installed a Netgear Wireless N router behind a Verizon DSL combo router/modem. I disabled the wireless on the Verizon router but still need the wired portion of the router to serve an additional computer. The second router (Netgear) is located on a floor below the first router (Verizon). My problem is I can't get the computers on the second router to see the computers on the first router or vice versa. The internet is coming through just fine, but I can't get Mac's file sharing or USB printer sharing to show up as it did in the past when I just had one router connected. I have included a drawing of my network to help explain my setup. I know this has all to do with the setup of each router, but I have no clue how to do this. Any suggestions or instructions? Thanks http://www.waysideexhibits.com/networkconfig.jpg