[LUNI] configuring netgear wireless hub/router
safaci2000 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 20:31:49 CDT 2004
hold on.. just to clarify. You can have a linux server manage the IPs
of a dhcp router? I never bothered setting up the dhcp server since i
figured it would give out land lines.
that could be sweet...
(yet another project I don't have time for)
On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 19:51:03 -0500 (CDT), Erik Costlow <erik at uhacc.org> wrote:
> I do the same thing with my Netgear router.
> Log into it from any computer and set the WEP key and wireless settings.
> Turn off DHCP
> Now plug your linux router into a internal port (not the uplink). This way
> your Linux router manages everything, even over the wireless.
> To change any settings in the future, disconnect your router from the
> network and plug one computer into it. You can access it as
> http://192.168.0.1 like normal
> Carey Tyler Schug said:
> > I have a Linux firewall/router, I only want to use the netgear for
> > wireless. I use a 10. for my local network, and have a number of fixed
> > IP computers.
> > I am guessing I will have to connect only my windows computer to it,
> > reboot, then log in to the router and change the local node from 168 to
> > 10, and hopefully turn of DHCP.
> > If not, then I guess I would have to turn off DHCP on the linux box?
> > Once that is done, I can configure the security on the netgear and
> > connect it to my network
> Costlow Corporation
> Linux Users Of Northern Illinois - Technical Discussion
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