Want to set up router.
I have a static IP address (192.168.1.34). Is it possible just with the help of static IP address to join a router in an existing network or no?:?:
(This on my Belkin wireless G adapter)
I don’t have modem information like user name, password. Just I have static IP and existing dns server address and in “dns suffix search list”, I can see 2 different dns address, in that one is my own dns server address and other one is main dns server address. Is it possible to add a router in an existing network? Trying to add one more router i.e. “Linksys wireless N Broadband Router”?
Is it possible?
DNS Servers: 192.168.1.1
192.168.1.1 (2 DNS servers IP address)
“DHCP Server” and “Default Gateway” IP address I can see just one.
abc.msft is my dns server and the other dns server is “sweethome.west.com”
I was thinking like 192.168.1.34 I will make as interface Serial and for interface Ethernet assign some other IP address and make it as NAT or whatever……. Is it possible to do this:?::?::?:
Please help me with this!!!:!:
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