03-30-2012 01:06 AM - edited 03-30-2012 01:08 AM
So no need to even mess around configuring IP's, simply configure to bridge mode. I should be able to find out where to do this so please don't tell me now. If I'm having trouble I'll be sure to hit you up. Thanks.
I want to ask one last question. I have two xboxs in my house. Both are currently directly connected to the existing X3000. I have Port Range Triggering for the required Xbox ports and both work fine in this manner. However once I add the E1500 as a bridge to the upstairs of my villa, one of the Xboxs will be connected directly to it. Will I have to change anything on the X3000 or can I leave my current Port Range Triggering configuration. I think I should be able to since I will be using the E1500 as a bridge and everything should simply be forwarded on from the X3000 down to the E1500. Am I correct in my assumption?
03-30-2012 03:14 AM
08-12-2012 07:41 AM
Could you help on how to connect SMC router to my linksys x3000 as i was using SMC router and changed to linksys one thinking to have a better range covering my home, now i have connected linksys router and want to connect SMC router to it.
08-13-2012 01:08 AM
HI there navnit. So you will make the SMC as an access point only. You can give it a try. You have to disable the DHCP capability of your SMC but before doing that you need to setup first the wireless settings on it same as the wireless settings from your X3000. The default lan ip address of the X3000 is 192.168.1.1 you can set your SMC to 192.168.1.2. Once you're done changing the lan ip address of your SMC then you can proceed disabling its DHCP capability and after that you connect an ethernet cable from an ethernet port on the X3000 to an ethernet port of your SMC router.
10-24-2012 11:53 AM
I have followed your instuctions and have a strange problem. I have a X3000 and a WAG325N.
I have connect the 2 as follows:
X3000 (used to connect to DSL), IP 192.168.0.1, DHCP Enabled.
WAG325N, IP 192.168.0.2, DHCP Disable.
They are connect together using a LAN cable. I have set both with different SSID's (this is for now will set both the same once I'm connected properly). If I connect to the WAG wireless, I can access both routers. I can login and edit both. When I'm connected to the X3000 I cannot access the WAG. Do you have any ideas why?
10-24-2012 04:35 PM
How did you connect the cables? You only mentioned that they are connected with a Lan cable. Is it from the LAN port of the X3000 to the LAN port of the WAG325N? Or is it from WAN-LAN? The way that you have set up the router, you should use lan-lan connection.