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That sounds (apart from a really heavy load on the little router) very much like you are running out of DHCP addresses. Are your computers set to static or DHCP? Are they connected via cable or wireless? What is your DHCP range? What is your lease time?
If the computers get rebooted i.e. 6 times per day and your default lease time is 1 day, that means that only one computer is blocking already 6 IP addresses per day. 33 computers therefore are blocking 198 addresses, which is almost your entire spectrum from 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254. So either set them to static IP or shorten the lease time.
The IP address that you have is an automatic IP address the Windows generates. It basically means your computer is not getting an IP address from the router (DHCP). You should try powering everything off. Then, in this order, power on your modem, wait 30 seconds, then, power on your router, wait 30 seconds, then power on your computers...This should fix the problem since one computer is working already.
you can, it woudl take a little custom configuring but it can be done. dont hook up the main router to the wan connection, only use the 4 port to interconnect the router to this appliance. you also need to static assign the same ip address mask as the rest of your network. then the router dhcp would pass dhcp requests as u are requesting.
"I wanna make the 2nd pc a server but it isn't accessible through the WAN ip. "
Well that explains everything. If you want to get to 192.168.0.102 from the internet, you need to tell the router where to send packets. You do this by going to the ADVANCED section and configuring Virtual Servers. For example: If you are setting up the computer at 102 as a ftp server, ftp uses port 21. The name would be FTP, private IP would be 192.168.0.102, Protocol is TCP, and the Private and Public ports would normally both be 21. Don't forget to Enable the rule.
What this does is tell the router that when ever a request comes in on port 21, it should forward it to 192.168.0.102. To access the external side of the router you need to go to 126.96.36.199 (according to the image you posted)
I am assuming here with the way you have it set up your getting an internet connection.
what you saying i understsand mostly so i'll see if i can help you
first of all you have speedstreem modem that connects to you isp, this is assign your internet address from the isp if you paid for a static IP it would be in here, if not it's assiged by a dhcp from your isp company so if you if turn it off or have a power loss for anymore than 5-15min your ip changes.
now your modem then connects into your belkin router this as well as your modem it's prob set up as dhcp so it wants to issue each computer with an internal address of 192.168.0.X the reason for this is so it knows where to send the incomming information to what computer.
no matter what computer your using the address that goes over the internet will be the one assigned to modem from internet provider so if this need to be static IP to run your game server you will have contact your internet provider for an address.
but you may be confussing the issue a little, my suggestion to you would be:
1. go to your connections on each computer
2. right click on the lan connection choose properties
3. go to internet protocol (TCP/IP) then click properties
4. then click on obtain ip automatically and obtain dns automatically
this will remove the static windows address you may have put in.
try this and see if you can get you game or game server will work.
btw you may have to reboot your computers after this to get be sure to get the new address.
I am going to speculate here... If the IP is set to what you are mentioning, it is possible to be conflicting with the DHCP range that is issued from the router.
In your router if the option to set the generated auto IP range is available, set the range to not include the auto IP to be within the range of the camera's IP. Or put the the camera IP to a value that is out of range of the auto IP from the router.
In your browser, typing the IP address of the camera should bring it up.