How to get working home subnetwork

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lolek

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Hi, i want to get working LAN-gaming on this tiny LAN with tiny sub-LAN



What i have to do? Set some port-forwardning or something else? Thx for answers.
 

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JohnWill

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The obvious question is, why two routers? If you just connect his machine to your router, the problem is solved.
 

Frank4d

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Not sure of the need for two routers either, but if you need two routers connect them LAN to LAN. Enable DHCP on the red router and make the DHCP range something like 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.0.32. Disable DHCP on the green router and change the router IP address to 10.0.0.100. Enable DHCP on PC1 through PC3 and do an ipconfig/release and ipconfig/renew on each of them. PC1 through PC3 will then get IP addresses from the red router.
 
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