Question about ASUS WIRELESS ROUTER |WL-520G - RT (WL520G)
I suspect these devices by default may be set to either the same IP address or exist on the same subnet. If you know how to configure the devices you can check. Possibly you can connect a computer to each (when not router and modem are not connected to each other) and issue use the open the DOS or command prompt type ipconfig and press enter to get the default gateway address for each device and report the contents back here. Otherwise you may need someone to lead you through those checks and reconfigure the devices as appropriate.
As a new owner of a wireless router you may also want to consider this as you are installing it.
for general wireless security see
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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