Use TEW-639 as a Wireless Access Point and Switch

July 6, 2012 at 12:45:16
Specs: Windows XP
Here is my set up: is a Linksys WRT610N acting as a router and DHCP server for addresses .100 to .150 is TEW-639 with DHCP turned off and connected to the Lynksys via one of the LAN ports.
I then have a FosCam camera with IP, connected either wirelessly or via a wire on a LAN port to the TEW-639W.

Here is my problem:
If the FosCam is connected wirelessly to the TEW-639W I am unable to see it from any device connected to the Linksys. If I connect the FosCam via a wire to a LAN port on the TEW-639W then I can see it from a device connected to the Linksys device.

If a device is connected to the network via the TEW-639, I can see the FosCam whether it is hardwired or wirelessly connected to the TEW-639. What am I doing wrong?

Why can I not see the wireless connections on the TEW-639 from a Linksys connected device?

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me!


PS: The setup is that the internet comes in and is connected to the Linksys, which then via LAN cable and LAN ports on both devices is connected to the TEW-639, which is then connected to the camera
Diagram of Setup

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July 6, 2012 at 13:26:04
check in the tew that you do not have the guest network engaged and that is what you are connecting to.

also some routers have a checkbox to "bridge" the wifi and lan. if this feature exists it needs to be checked so lan can see devices on the wifi and visa versa

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July 6, 2012 at 14:53:59
There is no bridge mode, but I agree that seems like the problem.
What do u mean by guest network engaged

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