Conection with two wrieless routers

September 17, 2009 at 07:41:29
Specs: Windows server 2003
We have 2 office, one in San Antonio and the other in Austin. We use Grande Communications for IP.People in San Antonio are abble to logging to our server by using the Routers. We use to have the 2 wireless Routers communicating with each other thru our Hub. Last week Grande had a Power outage in San Antonio. After the power Outage the 2 wireless stop communicating. It seems like the IP configuration was change. Is there a way to configure back those 2 routers. The IP for Austin is San Ant. is Please Help!!

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September 17, 2009 at 08:44:58
Yes you go into the router configuration and put the IPs back in.

I don't understand the question.

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September 17, 2009 at 09:28:40
Why aren't you contacting whoever set these up?
Have you talked to Grande?

From what you write, it appears you don't have all the information on how this communication between the two routers was set up.

You mention ip addresses but those are for the lans on each side. You should be more concerned about the wan ips, how the routers communicated [VPN?] and what changed [power going out doesn't reset a router(s) which when powered up should come up as before].

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September 17, 2009 at 11:39:53
The person that set up the configurations does not want to help us out no more, thats why im looking for help.
How do i get to wan IP's? Power was out for long hours. the routers communicate thru the hub

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September 17, 2009 at 11:57:13
"router communicate via a hub"
"one in San Antonio and the other in Austin"

Those are conflicting statements. There is not a hub between San Antonio and Austin.

So what are you describing? You have two routers in your office? Did this person document anything concerning the routers?

Have you rebooted both routers since the power outage???
If not do so.

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