Question about SMC Barricade SMC7401BRA (SMC7401BRA-ADSL) Bridge/Router
Can you clarify the problem?
Consdier first that both devices are NAT firewalls and your ISP probably only allows one address. So you would need to put one behind the other. This may not work like you plan. PCs behind the second will not be seen on the LAN by PCs on the first.
The N1 is a very good router. Consider relocting it to a more central location.
Another trick is to locate it near a central wall if it is block. By adding 1 remote antenna and drilling through that wall witha short antenna cable you can get much better coverage on the other side.
It could also be an ethernet problm 1. Power down SMC, plug WAN of SMC to LAN of router and power up SMC. If both devices show link lights and activity the hardware is OK. If not you need a "crossover" cable.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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