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Whenever you connect two router together in any system, first one must set to OFF one units DHCP, otherwise both will be distributing addresses. So that's what you need to do, go into settings on one of the routers and turn off DHCP, on the other router simply leave that one as is. This then will make it so you only have One address server, and now it should all talk to each other properly. Also make sure they are all on the same network.
Get it working with the modem & router with DHCP ENABLED, working first, then add the other router with DHCP turned OFF.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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