Question about Linksys (NH1005) 5x10/100 Mbps Networking Hub
I have 2 switches for my network.
1) Cisco Catalyst 500 series manageable switch
2) DLINK 1024D unmanaged switch.
Both are connected by RJ45 straight cable.
My broadband is connected to a port in the Dlink switch and in the catalyst switch I connected a modem for a leased line that connects my other remote sites.
The problem is:
The users connected to the Dlink switch does not get access to the broadband when they have the router's IP as the first default gateway and the broadband IP as the second gateway.
The broadband connectivity is through if I interchange the position, but then the remote sites are unreachable.
Is it because the two switches are incompatible? or am I doing some mistake?
Please help me out.
I think you need to go from the leased line to the ROUTER first. The switch you said was unmanaged...so as far as I can tell there is NO IP for the DLINK. If that's the case your router needs to be before the switch and after the modem.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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