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Your only mistake here is what port you are using on the ASUS. Only modems connect to the WAN port. Connect one of the Linksys LAN ports to one of the ASUS LAN ports. What you are essentially doing is using the ASUS as a wireless access point rather than a router. Additionally, you may have problems if you try to use the same wireless network name and password on both devices. Better to assign a different one to the ASUS and just let devices connect to whichever signal they find strongest.
Do you use a username and password provided by your ISP on the computer to connect to the internet? If yes, these need to be entered into the connection settings of the router. Are you connecting the internet line to the WAN port on the router? Did you install to your computer the ASUS utilities? Try the EZ Setup utility.
You can download the manual from this link http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=gEbdYWdf5mjkJUKc
My asus rtg32 wifi wireless router is not getting connected to net. It shows connected (router with laptop) but its not connecting to net. I am not able to openany site. I m using BSNL connection. It shows no internet access.\r\n Please suggest me what to do, what procedure to follow. Mine is windows 7 , 32bit OS thx shubham shubhamformeATgmail.com
what is the wan IP in your modem? What is your DNS configuration? Cna you successfully run the following command from a command prompt? nslookup google.com Does it resolve the hostname to an ip address?
Both routers need to be on the same IP scheme and subnet i.e. 192.168.0.X subnet 255.255.255.0. First, unplug the Asus router. Next, make sure you have connection to the internet by hooking directly to the Apple router. Once you've established a connection to the internet plug the Asus router into the Apple router but go LAN port to LAN port.
This will give you a "Double NAT" setup. Meaning, Your D-Link router is connected to the external internet address assigned to you by your internet service provider. More than likely this is a DHCP address you do not control. Your D-Link router is then translating the address to the 192.168.1.x network. This is the first NAT translation. You are then connecting the ASUS router to DLINK, causing a second NAT translation. (Internet ADSL --> D-Link WAN Port --> D-Link Lan Port --> ASUS WAN Port --> ASUS Lan Port to computer/server/etc. ) If both of your routers are giving out DHCP addresses, then this is all that is required.