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Posted on 02-22-12 12:14 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey guys, I am trying to configure a wireless router for wifi using the ethernet cable as input. The ethernet cable comes from the NTC adsl modem/router.  I checked mine (by loging in to the router/modem TP-Link-  192.168.1.1) but could not find it. I need the primary DNS server ip of NTC that I need to specify in the router. I was wondering if somebody could check their settings and post it here. I am asuming that the primary DNS server IP will be same for differet modems.

Thank you.

 
Posted on 02-22-12 3:25 PM     [Snapshot: 73]     Reply [Subscribe]
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The DNS should be automatically assigned. If not there is something wrong in your steps. If you feel everything is correct, contact your ISP.
 
Posted on 02-22-12 8:27 PM     [Snapshot: 125]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I don't have any problem with my connection, it is working fine. I am just trying to connect a router to another router.

 
Posted on 02-22-12 8:42 PM     [Snapshot: 135]     Reply [Subscribe]
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You should be able to use IP address of your gateway router as the DNS for the other router. Also, google provides free public DNS servers; 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4.

 
Posted on 02-23-12 12:19 AM     [Snapshot: 185]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@livetorock, as mvc said it should be automatically assigned.
If not, and if I were you I would first try to reset that router you are trying to use as an access point.
If it's a new router, I'll skip the reset part.

I'm assuming this scenario here, lets call the router by letters A and B:
-Main WiFi router(A) connected through the ethernet cable to your ADSL modem --> and DSL line connected to your ADSL modem. 
-Second WiFi router(B), you are going to use as an access point.

Here's what you do:
1. Hook up your router A( I assume it's already hooked up), I know it's the main one and make sure Internet is working.
2. I'm assuming you are using windows , so start run command and type 'cmd' command.
3. Type in 'ipconfig/all' without quotes. 
4. Now take a note of DNS server IP. That's usually your routers gateway IP.
5. Disconnect your router A from your ADSL modem and connect router B
6. Router B should take everything automatically but you don't want it to do automatically.
7. Take a note of it's gateway IP of your router B(it should be same as of main router A but sometimes it differs depending on make and model of the router), type it in the web browser(it should show the router's config page) and manually change the dns server to the one you took a note @ step 4( update the dns server with the gateway IP you got from router A). I think depending on the router model, you need to find that page on the router's config page and manually update the primary dns server. Also give access point name(for eg: MyApoint) of your choice, take a note of it so that devices in proximity could easily find it. You can 'wep/wpa' protect it or not, it's upto you.  Save it, click Ok.
8. Disconnect your router B from your ADSL modem and connect back Router A to it. Make sure internet is working.
9. Now, that your Router B is setup, all you need is power adapter to the Router B and hook it up anywhere there is power outlet.
10. It should be up and running and basically any devices near to your Router B should easily connect to the internet.

Alsmo make sure you don't go too far else it's not gonna work. Walls and obstacles in between the Main router and access router do matter.

I usually do this to extend any wi-fi router's range. This is an old method but there are another devices specially made for cases like this called repeater, it's easier than this.

This is just a basic idea and it's not complicated. Hope it helps you.

 
Posted on 02-23-12 9:40 AM     [Snapshot: 250]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Dang BT!! Who R U??
 
Posted on 02-23-12 1:15 PM     [Snapshot: 278]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Pirka, I charge ppl for doing what I do.
I'm sharing my knowledge here for my fellow nepalese.
I'm a Geek Squad :D 
 
Posted on 02-24-12 3:51 PM     [Snapshot: 315]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Wait.. I liked Mr Geek Squad's details (BTW: do Best Buys still give out beetles for those GS's? ) , but if I read it correctly, livetorock's trying to daisy chain a wifi-capable router to set up an access point (possibly because the ISP provided box didn't have wifi support).

Pointing default gateway's IP address for DHCP and DNS should work just fine.

While all of that is automatically detected and configured - in a typical setup, I'd enter the IP address of the Wifi router's interface that's connected to the TP Link box, if I had to manually do it.

What that does is, resolves internal host names to the corresponding IP addresses when you try hitting systems within your network, and forwards out name resolution requests for recursive lookup when you want to reach an outside host.

I'll be happy to elaborate more, if needed!  


~@~

 
Posted on 02-24-12 4:42 PM     [Snapshot: 336]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@sajha,
(possibly because the ISP provided box didn't have wifi support).
damn, another possibility

Pointing default gateway's IP address for DHCP and DNS should work just fine.
absolutely





 
Posted on 03-04-12 4:58 PM     [Snapshot: 704]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks guys.. It is working now.

 
Posted on 03-04-12 7:31 PM     [Snapshot: 736]     Reply [Subscribe]
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glad it worked for you.

 
Posted on 06-01-13 1:40 AM     [Snapshot: 2508]     Reply [Subscribe]
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this is NTC Dial up service DSN ip but its work go to this link http://www.ntc.net.np/internet/dialup/int_config.php or try open server ip address Primary DSN ip 208.67.222.222 and Secondary DSN ip 208.67.220.220 or Google open ip Primary DSN ip 8.8.8.8 and Secondary DSN ip 8.8.4.4.
 
Posted on 06-01-13 9:01 AM     [Snapshot: 2553]     Reply [Subscribe]
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My dad has broadlink wifi internet set up at home. Everytime he wants to connect to internet, he has to open IE and enter id/password. Well, thats not much of a problem for a laptop. But he has to do the same all the time for his Andriod phone to get wifi internet in his phone. Any idea what can be done to get the interent connected whenever the phone is in the range?
If it helps, I have one extra dsl-modem-router sitting at home.
Thanks guys.

 
Posted on 06-01-13 9:54 AM     [Snapshot: 2573]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Lol..hats off to whoever resurrected this thread..copycat..Thats your router, get in to your routers setup page and you can disable that block. If you can tell me the make n model of your router..I will tell you what to do next.
 


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