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Old April 21, 2010, 10:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Squeetard View Post
Dont use the wan port on your second router to plug into the first router. you have to go from a regular lan port.
Well the thing is that my second router is also an integrated DSL modem, it doesn't HAVE any WAN port to the best of my knowledge. I can ping across my network to all the proper addresses:

192.168.0.1 --> D-Link Router
192.168.0.2 --> 2Wire Modem
192.168.0.3 --> Windows Home Server
192.168.0.100+ --> My machines

Remote desktop works, as far as I can tell all network activities seem good, I can share drives, but now it seems I've broken basic WHS functionality, my Win7 machine can no longer see the WHS and when attempting to find it, it now fails. Should my WHS have 2 IPs(as per your diagram in my previous thread) or just a single that is functional on both networks?
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