Router Board Conflicts

February 19, 2009 at 03:22:14
Specs: Windows Vista
Hi, my pc (Ip is currently connect to 2 router boards.One is for a local wireless connect ( and the other one my adsl modem ( routers connect through lan cables that go into a hub and from the hub directly into my pc. So on the network it looks : PC - Local Connection - Internet.Now I can acces the net and go onto pages on my local network, but my problem is: I can't connect the internet if I disconnect the local network and I can't acces game servers because I'm thinking that it's looking at my local network and not on the internet. How do I get my network to look straight at the internet connection as well and not look through my local network to see my adsll RB?Any advise would be appreciated

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February 19, 2009 at 03:35:02
Just 2 make it picture clear: 1 RB on the left (, 1 RB on the right (adsl, both go into the hub in the middel - hub goes directly into the pc ( So if I disconnect the Left RB why can't I connect to the one on the Right

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February 19, 2009 at 05:33:56
Lose the non-wireless router. You're making everything more complex than it needs to be and that's why you're having problems. With a single router, you should have no problems getting everything to work properly.

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February 19, 2009 at 12:24:55
"So if I disconnect the Left RB why can't I connect to the one on the Right"

Odds are your gateway entry for points at when you want it pointing at

The reason for this wacky setup?

usually it goes modem<>wireless router<>pc

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