Assigning Static IP to D-Link Router

March 6, 2011 at 02:52:21
Specs: Windows 7
Hi, my problem is that i m using ISP provided modem+router and another D-Link Wireless router at the same time... My computer is connected to D-LInk's Router and D-Link's Router is connected to ISP's Modem...

My modem's Ip address is :
Router's IP Address:

ok but now problem is that now Dlink is connected to ISP's Modem and ISP's modem assigns different ip to Wl.Router. Both have DHCP enabled... But i want modem (which is also a router) to assign D-Link's router the STATIC IP... like

Router Model is D-link DIR-615
Modem Model is ZTE EchoLife HG510a

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March 6, 2011 at 04:52:32
Switch off DHCP at the wireless router.
Configure wireless router with a static ip address for the LAN interface.
Connect wireless routers LAN port to ISPs routers LAN port.

All connected client computers should get IP address from the ISPs router.
WAN interface at your wireless router is not used in this scenario.
Everything gets routed to the ISPs routers WAN port through the internet.

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