Ask the Wi-Fi Guru, Episode XX
Oct 23, 2009, 15:32 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Aaron Weiss)
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"A: It is understandable that this could seem confusing, but in
fact this setup is exactly right!
"You do not want to enable DHCP on your secondary repeater
router (in this case, your Netgear). You should not have two DHCP
servers running on one network.
"The DHCP server on your primary (Linksys) router addresses your
whole network, including clients that are associated through your
repeater. So yes, your clients are obtaining their IP from your
Linksys. Just as it should be. Don't change a thing."
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