|I seem to have a double NAT issue that i discovered when |
trying to open some ports. I live rent a room that includes
internet, so I'm not entirely aware of what's on the
network elsewhere in the house. But doing a trace route
reveals two routers:
I asked my landlord if he had two routers attached to one
another and he said no. I tend to believe him because I
once took a look at the router myself when helping him
with a computer.
One of the routers also happens to be one used for VOIP,
according to what I've read, but he does not use VOIP.
I suspect that someone else in the building is could be
using VOIP. But why would my connection be going
through that router? Is that what happens when a router is
attached to a network already with a router?
There must be a way to bypass the other router or
something. The passwords are all default, so I have access
to both routers. I tried making the 192.168.15.1 one a
switch (by changing the mode), but the internet dies when
I do so.
Any ideas or insight would be a big help!