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Problems with WAN

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mstechus, Jan 13, 2013.

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  1. mstechus

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    Cannot get my Linksys wrt54g to push internet access to my Netopia R5100. I have uploaded a network diagram with all the IP and such. I tried doing an advanced port on the Linksys router but it will not accept the subnet mask. Any help is appreciated!
     

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    I had Linksys WRT54G long time ago never had much problem with the similar problem you are experiencing here... Have you tried going a little deeper on the Netopia router ? Does it support DHCP?
     
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    Yes but I don't need it to nor do I want it to. The router is being used only as a push for internet access to a building down the street from this one. I cannot get access to that building any other way. I can telnet into each Netopia router so I know they are communicating. I can't figure out what port to open on the linksys to allow netopia to access the internet.
     
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    Take a look at the attached diagram from my original post.
     
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    Please someone I so need help with this problem, please, I could pay you for a solution!
     
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