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LynSys Router

emreblora
I have a new router which is LynkSys.. that equally divides my internet connection..
Im having problems of setting it up for a small office network...
Can anybody or someone help me please how to configure it to a Small office network..

I try to configure it using the one that i already reseach here at tech which starts at 192.168.0.1 for the other computer is 192.168.0.2 but it didn't workout...

Our ISP provider is Smart Bro here in the Philippines.....

Some One Help Please

We have our old router that works on the small office network but it didnt work out for the internet it only work for one computer so thats the reason we buy this lynksys ang i find out thats its good but how to set up our office network goshhhhhhh its givin me a headache
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    iantrent

    Maybe somethings being lost in transation here. I have setup a few Linksys and have never tried to seperate it. You can turn off DHCP and utilize your own IP address. While this maybe really only complicate your life, if you you truely want to seperate the network, you will need s Cisco router and utilize VLAN's.

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    emreblora

    No u dont understand what i mean....
    Are u from What Country???
    Do you have a broadband w/c is SmartBro???

    All I want to do in network my four computers w/c is i usually i do on my old router and assigning on the tcp/ip on each computer say 192.168.0.1, on the other 192.168.0.2 etc...
    My old router works well wit this configuration but the only problem is we can use the internet one at a time unlike for the linksys four computers can access the internet at the same time...

    But im having problems with my small office network i found out that the four computers are not on the net work what value can i assign to each tcp/ip ethernet.
    aside to 192.168.0.1 can i assigned any that would workout....

    Hope you undertand...

    Im doing this to share printers and files or maybe some hardware....

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    iantrent

    Make sure DHCP is enabled on the router. This should hand addresses to the clients.

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    iantrent

    Maybe somethings being lost in transation here. I have setup a few Linksys and have never tried to seperate it. You can turn off DHCP and utilize your own IP address. While this maybe really only complicate your life, if you you truely want to seperate the network, you will need s Cisco router and utilize VLAN's.

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    emreblora

    No u dont understand what i mean....
    Are u from What Country???
    Do you have a broadband w/c is SmartBro???

    All I want to do in network my four computers w/c is i usually i do on my old router and assigning on the tcp/ip on each computer say 192.168.0.1, on the other 192.168.0.2 etc...
    My old router works well wit this configuration but the only problem is we can use the internet one at a time unlike for the linksys four computers can access the internet at the same time...

    But im having problems with my small office network i found out that the four computers are not on the net work what value can i assign to each tcp/ip ethernet.
    aside to 192.168.0.1 can i assigned any that would workout....

    Hope you undertand...

    Im doing this to share printers and files or maybe some hardware....

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    iantrent

    Make sure DHCP is enabled on the router. This should hand addresses to the clients.