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Connecting wrt54gs to rv042 on LAN port

Hi, i have this problem of connecting my wrt54gs on rv042 on lan port. the rvo42 in connected to my dsl. and i want my wireless nodes to connect to wrt54gs and make rv042 as a gateway. but i could never make it work . please could anybody help me..

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2007

    ok thank you so much , i appreciate it.
    how could i initiate a chat session with you sir?

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I would love to help you on this, however, I would need some more information. Also, this requires some advanced troubleshooting steps which cannot be dictated here. I would request you to initiate a chat session with me from the homepage and we can move forward from there. Thanks

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