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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Steve48 wrote:
The book says to hold it down for about 5 seconds. I suspect the WRT has something similar.


That's right on the RTP and I have a WRT (without the "P") and it is the same.

After reset, both the username and password are admin and router IP is 192.168.15.1 on the RTP.

My WRT always uses a blank username, and the password after reset is also admin and router IP is 192.168.1.1. Connect the computer directly to the router you are setting up to connect to it. When you connect to the WRT, set it's IP to 192.168.15.2 for ease of access from any port.

I also like Steve's idea of giving the 2 phone line router priority and perhaps you could try that after resetting the routers and seeing if the above works first. If the WRT is connected to the cable modem, then you may want to keep its router IP address of 192.168.1.1 and make the RTP 192.168.1.2

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 17, 2005 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ok, I did the reset. My 2line wireless router is in front (first off the cable modem). It is set at .2.
How do I set the RTP300 differently?
Or, maybe I should ask, how do I know which router I am accessing when I do the Linksys config?

Thanks for helping out a newbie.

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Did you check that both routers have 192.168.1 as the first 3 sections of the router IP address?

The WRT after reset will be accessed at http:\192.168.1.1, its default router IP address. That can stay the same, it does not have to be changed to 2. You are now using it as the first router after the cable modem.

After you reset both routers, if your computer is connected to the WRT, try accessing the RTP at http:\192.168.15.1, its default router IP address.

If this does not work, plug the computer directly into the RTP and access it at http:\192.168.15.1, then change the router IP address of the RTP to 192.168.1.2. That way, you should be able to plug computers into either router and access either router's setup screen.

Note that both routers will be using 192.168.1.x that way, instead of the RTP using 192.168.15.x and the WRT using 192.168.1.x

NOTE: I came back to this message and edited the IP addresses above to be consistent with having the cable modem plugged into the WRT. Either router can be set as .1 and the other as .2. It is just my preference that the 1st router after the cable modem be designated .1 and the router used as a switch be .2. For that matter the third section of the IP address could be .1 or .15, as long as both routers use the same thing. Again it is just my preference to leave the the 1st router after the cable modem at its default IP address and only change the IP address in the 2nd router used as a switch.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 5:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

BINGO!

Thanks everyone, I had faith in you all. All three lines are working. It was the address deal.

Thanks and have a good Sunday

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Just to be sure that I understand the solution, you now have the wireless in front and the RTP connected to it, right? Is the RTP connected via its WAN port to the wireless, or is it connected via one of its ethernet ports?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 12:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

gburg wrote:
All 3 lines are working now, the wireless is in front with an address of xxx.xxx.1.2 Bingo.

However, one minor part is that I can't get the address of the RTP. I didn't think I changed it and I sure don't want to reset it. Any ideas how to find it?

If you have reset the RTP 300, its router IP address should be 192.168.15.1

Connect your computer directly to one of the RTP ports to access the RTP setup screen at that address. Once there, change the RTP
router IP address to 192.168.1.1, so that the first 3 parts of the IP address match the first 3 parts of the WRT router IP address which you have set to 192.168.1.2. After saving that change you should be able to plug the computer into either router and access the setup screens of both routers because their router IP will both have the same first 3 parts of the IP address.

It seems you are changing both router IP addresses, which will work as long as the 1st 3 parts of the IP address are the same, but please re-read my message about setting addresses on only one router. It just makes it easier if you have to reset routers that only one of the routers will require an IP address change after a reset, not both.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Steve48 wrote:
Just to be sure that I understand the solution, you now have the wireless in front and the RTP connected to it, right? Is the RTP connected via its WAN port to the wireless, or is it connected via one of its ethernet ports?

Doug took your advice and has the WRT first. I believe the RTP is connected to the WRT via an RTP port and the RTP WAN port is not used to avoid the RTP routing and firewall functions which are not needed. Doug will need to confirm that.

The nice thing about using the 2nd router as a switch is that all the ports on both routers share the same gateway of the 1st router so resources are available without configuration hassles, no matter which router a computer is connected to.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

csnet wrote:
I believe the RTP is connected to the WRT via an RTP port and the RTP WAN port is not used to avoid the RTP routing and firewall functions which are not needed. Doug will need to confirm that.

The nice thing about using the 2nd router as a switch is that all the ports on both routers share the same gateway of the 1st router so resources are available without configuration hassles, no matter which router a computer is connected to.


Interesting stuff, this networking. Assuming the configuration is as discussed, and the RTP is acting just as a switch, can additional computers be plugged into the RTP? Will they share the same 4th number in the IP address, or will they be assigned new numbers?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 18, 2005 1:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Computers plugged into either router use the DHCP server of the first router, so you can think of the free ports on the 2nd router as additional ports on the 1st router.

I use the RTP 1st as it has my only Vonage line. I have my main computer connected to the RTP. DHCP in the RTP will usually assign 192.168.15.102 to my wireless tablet PC which is connecting through my WRT, the 2nd router connected as a switch only.

I disable DHCP on the 2nd router to remind me that I am not using it on that router but I have not tested whether that is necessary or not. Some aspects of router setup only apply when using the WAN port on the router.

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Thanks. I think I've got it!

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