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How to setup a home network with 2 IP ranges?

By carmenat250 ·
I have a couple of spare wireless routers at home. I would like to setup a home network whereby all the wired computers at my place run on the 192.168.x.x IP range while the wireless computers run on 10.x.x.x

How would I go about setting this up. I do have a single cable modem that I use for Internet connectivity.

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This shouldnt be an issue

by markp24 In reply to How to setup a home netwo ...

Hi,

Just one question do you want to wireless computers to be able to seethe wired computers and vice versa on the network.

in your router (if this is a wired and wireless router) set the Address range to one range for the DHCP server setting on the LAN side (ie 192.168.5.50 - 192.168.5.100), then on the wireless setting specify a different set (ie 192.168.10.50 - 192.168.10.100) This does depend if you router supports that.

if you have one wired only router and one Wireless AP (WAP), then i would connect the wired router to the ISP modem, set the DHCP settings to address range "a" connect the wap to one port and if it has its own dhcp server, set that one to address range B

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