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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:43 pm    Post subject: wireless modem and the rtp300 Reply with quote Back to top

Ok so I don't really understand allot about computers but I have the rtp300 and a motorola sbg900. It's hooked up.....900 right to 300.....desktop to 300........and the laptop to the 900 via wireless. My question is how do I share the printer and files like this? If I get rid of the 300 and go from desktop right to modem sharing works but then I loose the phone. Please can someone explain how to share in laymans terms the way I have it setup now (first example). Thanks, Micah.
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

If your setup is working now?? (Motorola first and RTP after it) If it is, just keep everything on the Motorola router and one cable going from it to the RTP. You won't be able to use the other ports on the RTP this way though.

There are ways to make both routers work and gain the extra ports, but right now they are on different gateways. (You can change either of them to match the other gateway though fairly simply)
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The motorola isnt a router persay its a wireless cable modem with only one port on the back. So it has to be plugged nto the rtp300. I am using a port on the 300 for my desktop.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 3:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Hi guys,

The SBG900 is a combination device. Three devices in 1, Cable modem, Router, and Wireless Access point. It even says so in the pdf file from motorola http://broadband.motorola.com/catalog/product_documents/SBG900.pdf

Since you need to do file and printer sharing your best setup, now mind you its not perfect, is the following network setup.

SBG900 >> switch (doesnt matter brand) >> rtp300 & computer

Notice I said rtp300 & computer, not rtp300>>computer this is an important distinction because once the computer is behind the rtp300 it is on a seperate network. Since the cable modem is a router it will deliver DHCP addresses to the wireless pc, rtp300, and the other pc thats plugged into the switch. Now everyone should play nicely.

You might be wondering why I this is your best setup, and not your perfect setup. I say this because the rtp300 has QOS (Quality Of Service) built into it. This is just a fancy way of saying it will control what you upload so other people can hear your voice without interruptions, while you upload a file or email or anything.

If you need me to clarify anything you can respond back to this post, I will do my best to respond quickly. But expect about a day turn around from me.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:14 pm    Post subject: Re: wireless modem and the rtp300 Reply with quote Back to top

Micah wrote:
Ok so I don't really understand allot about computers but I have the rtp300 and a motorola sbg900. It's hooked up.....900 right to 300.....desktop to 300........and the laptop to the 900 via wireless. My question is how do I share the printer and files like this? If I get rid of the 300 and go from desktop right to modem sharing works but then I loose the phone. Please can someone explain how to share in laymans terms the way I have it setup now (first example). Thanks, Micah.


One solution may be to use the RTP300 in bridge mode. Search the forum for details on that. Briefly, you turn NAT and DHCP off in the RTP. Run an ethernet cable from your SBG to a LAN port on the RTP (_not_ to the internet (WAN) port). Then run another cable from a second RTP LAN port to the RTP WAN port (!). Plug your computer into one of the remaining RTP LAN ports. That should put everything on the same subnet, allowing sharing.

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