02-24-2013 11:13 AM - edited 02-24-2013 11:15 AM
I have linksys WAG120N model with 126.96.36.199\24 LAN IP and i connected it with SpeedTouch 510 dsl router(IP 10.0.0.138) that act as gateway to internet , i have configure 1st ethernet port on my linksys asWan with static ip 10.0.0.100\24 ,10.0.0.138 G.W & configure DHCP in it, the problem that i can't access to my linksys web interface (ip 188.8.131.52 or 10.0.0.100)via 10.0.0.0 network.
02-24-2013 01:00 PM
Since your SpeedTouch 510 dsl router’s IP is 10.0.0.138, you should not setup the WAG120N with the same range since they will conflict. The WAG120N should be setup to another IP range. By the way, what is your internet connection type from your modem/ISP – is it dynamic, Static or PPPoE? And is there a computer that can get online behind the WAG120N?
02-24-2013 11:52 PM
Thanks for your attention
As per my topology below my problem is i can't access web interface to my linksys (10.0.0.100/24) via 10.0.0.5 or 10.0.0.6
i can be access to via 184.108.40.206/24 only ِِathough ping working good to both linksys IPs(10.0.0.100,220.127.116.11),and i can access to 10.0.0.138 form 18.104.22.168. iam totally confused .what is the problem .
02-25-2013 12:57 PM
Do you want to extend your network using the WAG120N acting as a router only? There are two ways in cascading the WAG120N to your SpeedTouch dsl router – LAN-LAN cascade and LAN-WAN cascade. LAN-LAN cascade is recommended if you want to share files and resources within your network since both your dsl router and the WAG120N will have the same range of IP. LAN-WAN cascade is configuring the WAG120N with a different range of IP. This means that you will have two different networks (one from the dsl router and the other one from the WAG120N). This link will give you more information about cascading two routers: Cascading (Connecting) a Linksys router to another router.