How to connect Nortel BSR222 (Business Secure Router 222) with tplink
I have Nortel BSR222 (Business Secure Router 222) this 4 port rg45
i live in egypt .. dsl here work with cable rg11 (like tel cable ) so i bought router tplink to connect the 2 routers
i don't know how to connect the 2 routers
pls send me to show how
Re: how to connect Nortel BSR222 (Business Secure Router...
Iam using nortel secure router 1001s. using v.35 cable iam connecting my router to ASM i52 RAD modem. serial int is down. but when iam connecting the same router with same v.35 cable with other mlln modem, link is up. but in RAD modem connecting a cisco router, link is getting up
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make bsnl adsl router as abridge router , then connect tp link router from wan port with any one of lan port of adsl router , then configure tplink router connection depending how you get internet from your ISP
1. What you have is a "software settings" in several locations that require "exact entries". Without us seeing what "entries" are being asked by the programs or what data needs to be inserted by the routers at each location, there is no way anyone could possibly solve your problem long distance.
2. The basic generic information was supplied to you at another website you visited but obviously did not help you. I appreciate you having the confidence by asking anyone here to guide you but I think you need to have some one physically there to fix the problem. If someone here knows the answer and can solve this problem by all means jump in.
3. My solution is for you to look in the yellow pages for your town where you live under "networks" or "computer
networks". Some one locally should be able to come out and solve this
for you. VPN networks at this level require a "hands on" solution unfortunately and not a "cook book" answer. Get one field wrong, you will spend days troubleshooting it.
This is the best solution for your problem in this case. Anything else would be a great disservice to you.
If you want to have a dynamic IP at the remote site you can forget about it, I placed a support call to Nortel and they told me that even if the NAT traversal option is there in the BSR222 they do not support it!!!
I was able to use a bsr222 with a static ip accepting connection from linksys using dynamic, this works.
see some example doc at www.chbr.info/linksys_bsr222.zip