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Thread: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

  1. #1
    Zeppo
    Guest

    Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    switch or hub to get more ports.

    Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    help me with the settings if there are?

    Thanks in advance,
    Jon



  2. #2
    Tony Hwang
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    Zeppo wrote:
    > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >
    > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    > help me with the settings if there are?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Jon
    >
    >

    Hi,
    Google router cascading.

  3. #3
    Char Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    On Sat, 6 Feb 2010 23:42:26 -0500, "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org>
    wrote:

    >I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    >house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    >difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    >switch or hub to get more ports.
    >
    >Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    >help me with the settings if there are?
    >
    >Thanks in advance,
    >Jon
    >


    Just disable DHCP on the second router and be careful to only use the
    4 LAN ports. (Ignore the WAN port.) That's it. Your 2nd router is now
    a switch.


  4. #4
    Alan Browne
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    On 10-02-06 23:42 , Zeppo wrote:
    > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >
    > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    > help me with the settings if there are?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Jon


    Turn off DHCP in the "switch" router - possibly point DNS at the gateway
    router. Don't use the "internet" port of the sw router.

    --
    gmail originated posts are filtered due to spam.

  5. #5
    Zeppo
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >
    > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    > help me with the settings if there are?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Jon


    Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get it up and
    running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup screen. It took
    3 resets, but then let me in.


    Jon



  6. #6
    Alan Browne
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    On 10-02-07 14:36 , Zeppo wrote:
    > "Zeppo"<zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    > news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >> I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in my
    >> house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was wondering how
    >> difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play as a
    >> switch or hub to get more ports.
    >>
    >> Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved? Anyone
    >> help me with the settings if there are?
    >>
    >> Thanks in advance,
    >> Jon

    >
    > Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get it up and
    > running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup screen. It took
    > 3 resets, but then let me in.


    Glad it worked. I have my own trepidations when setting up networks.

    --
    gmail originated posts are filtered due to spam.

  7. #7
    pan
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch


    "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in
    my
    | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    wondering how
    | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play
    as a
    | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    | >
    | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved?
    Anyone
    | > help me with the settings if there are?
    | >
    | > Thanks in advance,
    | > Jon
    |
    | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get it up
    and
    | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup screen.
    It took
    | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    |

    You can use the WAN port.
    Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic across
    different subnets, etc.

    Probably just for geek entertainment.



  8. #8
    Zeppo
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    >
    > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys WRT54G in
    > my
    > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    > wondering how
    > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into play
    > as a
    > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    > | >
    > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup involved?
    > Anyone
    > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    > | >
    > | > Thanks in advance,
    > | > Jon
    > |
    > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get it up
    > and
    > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup screen.
    > It took
    > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    > |
    >
    > You can use the WAN port.
    > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic across
    > different subnets, etc.
    >
    > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    >


    So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN port and
    bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that will give me
    an idea how it works?

    Jon


  9. #9
    pan
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch


    "Zeppo" <zeppo@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    news:7te1brFcafU1@mid.individual.net...
    | "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    | news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    | >
    | > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys
    WRT54G in
    | > my
    | > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    | > wondering how
    | > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into
    play
    | > as a
    | > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    | > | >
    | > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup
    involved?
    | > Anyone
    | > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    | > | >
    | > | > Thanks in advance,
    | > | > Jon
    | > |
    | > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get
    it up
    | > and
    | > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup
    screen.
    | > It took
    | > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    | > |
    | >
    | > You can use the WAN port.
    | > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    | > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic across
    | > different subnets, etc.
    | >
    | > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    | >
    |
    | So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN port
    and
    | bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that will
    give me
    | an idea how it works?
    |

    Just basic router knowledge.
    sub-net///router///sub-net
    LAN-ip////////////////WAN-ip

    For starters make the LAN side ip part of your normal network.
    i.e., 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0
    Then, make thew WAN side some other sub-net
    i.e. 10.0.0.33 255.255.255.0

    Make the ip for the computer on the WAN side ip part of the
    WAN sub-net
    i.e. 10.0.0.34 255.255.255.0

    Now, any computer on the LAN side of the router that is pointed at the
    router will pass traffic to and from the WAN side computer IF,

    IF, that is
    1. you make that WAN side computer a DMZ server
    or,
    2. you set up specific ports to be forwarded to that WAN-side computer
    i.e. if you want a web server on the WAN-side, forward port 80 to that
    computer.

    only the ports, etc. you forward will get through.

    That's enough to start.



  10. #10
    Char Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 14:15:47 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:

    >
    >"Zeppo" <zeppo@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >news:7te1brFcafU1@mid.individual.net...
    >| "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    >| news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    >| >
    >| > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >| > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >| > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >| > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >| > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys
    >WRT54G in
    >| > my
    >| > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    >| > wondering how
    >| > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router into
    >play
    >| > as a
    >| > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >| > | >
    >| > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup
    >involved?
    >| > Anyone
    >| > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    >| > | >
    >| > | > Thanks in advance,
    >| > | > Jon
    >| > |
    >| > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to get
    >it up
    >| > and
    >| > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup
    >screen.
    >| > It took
    >| > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    >| > |
    >| >
    >| > You can use the WAN port.
    >| > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    >| > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic across
    >| > different subnets, etc.
    >| >
    >| > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    >| >
    >|
    >| So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN port
    >and
    >| bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that will
    >give me
    >| an idea how it works?
    >|
    >
    >Just basic router knowledge.
    >sub-net///router///sub-net
    >LAN-ip////////////////WAN-ip
    >
    >For starters make the LAN side ip part of your normal network.
    >i.e., 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0
    >Then, make thew WAN side some other sub-net
    >i.e. 10.0.0.33 255.255.255.0
    >
    >Make the ip for the computer on the WAN side ip part of the
    >WAN sub-net
    >i.e. 10.0.0.34 255.255.255.0
    >
    >Now, any computer on the LAN side of the router that is pointed at the
    >router will pass traffic to and from the WAN side computer IF,
    >
    >IF, that is
    >1. you make that WAN side computer a DMZ server
    >or,
    >2. you set up specific ports to be forwarded to that WAN-side computer
    >i.e. if you want a web server on the WAN-side, forward port 80 to that
    >computer.
    >
    >only the ports, etc. you forward will get through.
    >
    >That's enough to start.
    >


    Pssst, the concept of specifying a DMZ computer or forwarding ports
    refers to the LAN side of the router, not the WAN side.


  11. #11
    pan
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch


    "Char Jackson" <none@none.invalid> wrote in message
    news:qtd6n5hfkopbjf6nc8589jugfso3qlpptq@4ax.com...
    | On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 14:15:47 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:
    |
    | >
    | >"Zeppo" <zeppo@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | >news:7te1brFcafU1@mid.individual.net...
    | >| "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    | >| news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    | >| >
    | >| > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | >| > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | >| > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    | >| > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    | >| > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys
    | >WRT54G in
    | >| > my
    | >| > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    | >| > wondering how
    | >| > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router
    into
    | >play
    | >| > as a
    | >| > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    | >| > | >
    | >| > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup
    | >involved?
    | >| > Anyone
    | >| > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    | >| > | >
    | >| > | > Thanks in advance,
    | >| > | > Jon
    | >| > |
    | >| > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to
    get
    | >it up
    | >| > and
    | >| > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup
    | >screen.
    | >| > It took
    | >| > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    | >| > |
    | >| >
    | >| > You can use the WAN port.
    | >| > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    | >| > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic
    across
    | >| > different subnets, etc.
    | >| >
    | >| > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    | >| >
    | >|
    | >| So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN
    port
    | >and
    | >| bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that
    will
    | >give me
    | >| an idea how it works?
    | >|
    | >
    | >Just basic router knowledge.
    | >sub-net///router///sub-net
    | >LAN-ip////////////////WAN-ip
    | >
    | >For starters make the LAN side ip part of your normal network.
    | >i.e., 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0
    | >Then, make thew WAN side some other sub-net
    | >i.e. 10.0.0.33 255.255.255.0
    | >
    | >Make the ip for the computer on the WAN side ip part of the
    | >WAN sub-net
    | >i.e. 10.0.0.34 255.255.255.0
    | >
    | >Now, any computer on the LAN side of the router that is pointed at
    the
    | >router will pass traffic to and from the WAN side computer IF,
    | >
    | >IF, that is
    | >1. you make that WAN side computer a DMZ server
    | >or,
    | >2. you set up specific ports to be forwarded to that WAN-side
    computer
    | >i.e. if you want a web server on the WAN-side, forward port 80 to
    that
    | >computer.
    | >
    | >only the ports, etc. you forward will get through.
    | >
    | >That's enough to start.
    | >
    |
    | Pssst, the concept of specifying a DMZ computer or forwarding ports
    | refers to the LAN side of the router, not the WAN side.
    |

    Duh.

    So you put the WAN side on the local net and the other computer on
    the LAN side.

    I knew that. I really did know that.

    My fingers are dyslexic

    or something like that





  12. #12
    Char Jackson
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch

    On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 16:55:10 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:

    >
    >"Char Jackson" <none@none.invalid> wrote in message
    >news:qtd6n5hfkopbjf6nc8589jugfso3qlpptq@4ax.com...
    >| On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 14:15:47 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:
    >|
    >| >
    >| >"Zeppo" <zeppo@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >| >news:7te1brFcafU1@mid.individual.net...
    >| >| "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    >| >| news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    >| >| >
    >| >| > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >| >| > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >| >| > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >| >| > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >| >| > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys
    >| >WRT54G in
    >| >| > my
    >| >| > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    >| >| > wondering how
    >| >| > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router
    >into
    >| >play
    >| >| > as a
    >| >| > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >| >| > | >
    >| >| > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup
    >| >involved?
    >| >| > Anyone
    >| >| > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    >| >| > | >
    >| >| > | > Thanks in advance,
    >| >| > | > Jon
    >| >| > |
    >| >| > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to
    >get
    >| >it up
    >| >| > and
    >| >| > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup
    >| >screen.
    >| >| > It took
    >| >| > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    >| >| > |
    >| >| >
    >| >| > You can use the WAN port.
    >| >| > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    >| >| > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic
    >across
    >| >| > different subnets, etc.
    >| >| >
    >| >| > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    >| >| >
    >| >|
    >| >| So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN
    >port
    >| >and
    >| >| bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that
    >will
    >| >give me
    >| >| an idea how it works?
    >| >|
    >| >
    >| >Just basic router knowledge.
    >| >sub-net///router///sub-net
    >| >LAN-ip////////////////WAN-ip
    >| >
    >| >For starters make the LAN side ip part of your normal network.
    >| >i.e., 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0
    >| >Then, make thew WAN side some other sub-net
    >| >i.e. 10.0.0.33 255.255.255.0
    >| >
    >| >Make the ip for the computer on the WAN side ip part of the
    >| >WAN sub-net
    >| >i.e. 10.0.0.34 255.255.255.0
    >| >
    >| >Now, any computer on the LAN side of the router that is pointed at
    >the
    >| >router will pass traffic to and from the WAN side computer IF,
    >| >
    >| >IF, that is
    >| >1. you make that WAN side computer a DMZ server
    >| >or,
    >| >2. you set up specific ports to be forwarded to that WAN-side
    >computer
    >| >i.e. if you want a web server on the WAN-side, forward port 80 to
    >that
    >| >computer.
    >| >
    >| >only the ports, etc. you forward will get through.
    >| >
    >| >That's enough to start.
    >| >
    >|
    >| Pssst, the concept of specifying a DMZ computer or forwarding ports
    >| refers to the LAN side of the router, not the WAN side.
    >|
    >
    >Duh.
    >
    >So you put the WAN side on the local net and the other computer on
    >the LAN side.
    >
    >I knew that. I really did know that.
    >
    >My fingers are dyslexic
    >
    >or something like that


    I figured you did, but others following along may not be so lucky. :)


  13. #13
    Zeppo
    Guest

    Re: Using a Linksys BEFSR41 V.2 as a switch



    "Char Jackson" <none@none.invalid> wrote in message
    news:vso6n55uj5nhph7qgrp5cp4idm52icoqm4@4ax.com...
    > On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 16:55:10 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Char Jackson" <none@none.invalid> wrote in message
    >>news:qtd6n5hfkopbjf6nc8589jugfso3qlpptq@4ax.com...
    >>| On Wed, 10 Feb 2010 14:15:47 -0800, "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote:
    >>|
    >>| >
    >>| >"Zeppo" <zeppo@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >>| >news:7te1brFcafU1@mid.individual.net...
    >>| >| "pan" <pan@syix.com> wrote in message
    >>| >| news:1265597325.960001@news01.syix.com...
    >>| >| >
    >>| >| > "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >>| >| > news:7t8j0lFkb7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >>| >| > | "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@hotmail.org> wrote in message
    >>| >| > | news:7t6ujnFnt7U1@mid.individual.net...
    >>| >| > | > I have a cable internet connection going through a Linksys
    >>| >WRT54G in
    >>| >| > my
    >>| >| > | > house. I've run out of Ethernet ports on the router and was
    >>| >| > wondering how
    >>| >| > | > difficult it would be to bring my old wired BEFVR41 router
    >>into
    >>| >play
    >>| >| > as a
    >>| >| > | > switch or hub to get more ports.
    >>| >| > | >
    >>| >| > | > Can I just plug it in and have it work or is there setup
    >>| >involved?
    >>| >| > Anyone
    >>| >| > | > help me with the settings if there are?
    >>| >| > | >
    >>| >| > | > Thanks in advance,
    >>| >| > | > Jon
    >>| >| > |
    >>| >| > | Thank you Tony, Char and Alan. With your help, I was able to
    >>get
    >>| >it up
    >>| >| > and
    >>| >| > | running in no time. Hardest thing was getting into the setup
    >>| >screen.
    >>| >| > It took
    >>| >| > | 3 resets, but then let me in.
    >>| >| > |
    >>| >| >
    >>| >| > You can use the WAN port.
    >>| >| > Cabling a computer to that side gives you a chance to
    >>| >| > learn about port forwarding, static routes, pushing traffic
    >>across
    >>| >| > different subnets, etc.
    >>| >| >
    >>| >| > Probably just for geek entertainment.
    >>| >| >
    >>| >|
    >>| >| So, any guides to exploring it? Do I just wire a PC into the WAN
    >>port
    >>| >and
    >>| >| bring up the normal web setup menu? What should I look for that
    >>will
    >>| >give me
    >>| >| an idea how it works?
    >>| >|
    >>| >
    >>| >Just basic router knowledge.
    >>| >sub-net///router///sub-net
    >>| >LAN-ip////////////////WAN-ip
    >>| >
    >>| >For starters make the LAN side ip part of your normal network.
    >>| >i.e., 192.168.1.5 255.255.255.0
    >>| >Then, make thew WAN side some other sub-net
    >>| >i.e. 10.0.0.33 255.255.255.0
    >>| >
    >>| >Make the ip for the computer on the WAN side ip part of the
    >>| >WAN sub-net
    >>| >i.e. 10.0.0.34 255.255.255.0
    >>| >
    >>| >Now, any computer on the LAN side of the router that is pointed at
    >>the
    >>| >router will pass traffic to and from the WAN side computer IF,
    >>| >
    >>| >IF, that is
    >>| >1. you make that WAN side computer a DMZ server
    >>| >or,
    >>| >2. you set up specific ports to be forwarded to that WAN-side
    >>computer
    >>| >i.e. if you want a web server on the WAN-side, forward port 80 to
    >>that
    >>| >computer.
    >>| >
    >>| >only the ports, etc. you forward will get through.
    >>| >
    >>| >That's enough to start.
    >>| >
    >>|
    >>| Pssst, the concept of specifying a DMZ computer or forwarding ports
    >>| refers to the LAN side of the router, not the WAN side.
    >>|
    >>
    >>Duh.
    >>
    >>So you put the WAN side on the local net and the other computer on
    >>the LAN side.
    >>
    >>I knew that. I really did know that.
    >>
    >>My fingers are dyslexic
    >>
    >>or something like that

    >
    > I figured you did, but others following along may not be so lucky. :)
    >


    Bingo! :-)



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