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If routing and remote access is enabled on the server, it should handle the bridging automatically between the two nics...
Otherwise, simply turn off the DHCP in the router, have the server and
all the clients connect to the LAN ports, and they will automatically
get their address from the server. In this scenario, you don't need to
worry about the WAN port on the router.
But you might want to think about using the WAN port on the router to
provide an added layer of security rather than exposing your server
directly to the internet. You can set up all the port forwarding you
need on the router.
you can connect to your box via FTP via a crossover cable. If you can’t, you might want to read up on that before attempting this. Now, what we’ll need is… Ethernet cable (crossover or patch) Router Modem We’ll also assume that you have a router (wireless or not) and that your modem is connected to the ‘Internet’ or ‘WAN’ port. If you have a free port on your wireless router, you can connect your dreambox to this. Use the ethernet cable (crossover or patch, most modern routers will accept either) connect one end to your dreambox and one end to a free port on your router. You don’t need to change any settings on your router or PC. Over to the dreambox. Navigate to the networking page on your dreambox. Setup -> Expert Setup -> Communication Setup
Is this access piont connected to a router? Can you get online through the router? If you can go online through the router also check the status of your wireless connection. Make sure its connected and it's getting a valid ip address.
that is right the access point does not have a dhcp server. that will give an ip address to all of your computers or device connected to it wireless. If you have a modem with a dhcp server there will be no problem with the IP but if the modem does not you must have a router and now an access point.
You need to connect the access apoint directly to a pc with a CAT5 cable then set up a static ip on the pc which I assume you know how to do it, for the static ip put 192.168.0.5 subnet is 255.255.255.0 and gateway is 192.168.0.1 then save the settings, then check first if there's a good connection between the access point and pc, go to the command prompt then type PING 192.168.0.50 if you receive 4 replies go now open the http://192.168.0.50 if you receive 4 request time out reset the access point and and ping it again if still 4 request time out after you reset it replace that access point.