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Old February 19th 05, 01:23 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Stuart Turrell
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Hi there, please help.

I have a ADSL/wireless router USR9106 which is capable of bridging to other
access points.

I have a US robotics 8054 access point/router. THis device has 3 mac
address's, what one do i use to put into the usr9106? WAN / LAN / Wireless

Is that all i need to do, put in the mac address in the main usr9106, or
will i need to do other stuff? Disabling DHCP for instance? if so, what
device do i disable it on?

Stuart


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Old February 19th 05, 11:10 AM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Conor
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In article , Stuart Turrell says...
Hi there, please help.

I have a ADSL/wireless router USR9106 which is capable of bridging to other
access points.

I have a US robotics 8054 access point/router. THis device has 3 mac
address's, what one do i use to put into the usr9106? WAN / LAN / Wireless

Is that all i need to do, put in the mac address in the main usr9106, or
will i need to do other stuff? Disabling DHCP for instance? if so, what
device do i disable it on?

If you're bridging using the Wireless then its the Wireless MAC you
need. You'll need to disable DHCP on the Access point.


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