Question about Belkin (F5D7231-4) Wireless Router
I am connected to the internet via a voyager 220 I want to link a Belkin wireless router into my home network so I can connect my mobile phone etc to the internet
You may use your wireless router as an Access Point:
1. Connect one of the LAN port of the Belkin to a LAN port on your Voyager. If the link light on both side are not coming on, try using a cross-over cable. Important: Do not connect anything to the WAN port of your Belkin.
2. Configure the LAN IP address of your Belkin in the same subnet as the Voyager. By example, if your Voyager has 192.168.0.1, you may give your Belkin 192.168.0.3.
3. Disable the DHCP server on the Belkin since the Voyager most likely already has one.
4. Configure the Wireless parameter of your Belkin as you would normaly do.
Using this method, your wired and wireless devices will be able to communicate together since they will be on the same network and your Belkin will act as a bridge between the wired and wireless network.
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