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You need a straight-through cable since repeaters act as 'switch'. Reference: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/routers/10000-series-routers/46792-ethbase.html


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One of the easiest way to do this is by using Routerboard/Mikrotik devices. You can have virtual APs (different SSIDs & WPA2 PSKs) with a single device/AP and apply whatever QoS and/or Traffic Shaping (among tons of other things) you need by using the extremely intuitive winbox interface. You can set up very complicated stuff in a matter of a few ...


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No, you can't. In router 192.168.1.254 it need a route back to talk to 192.168.10.X, you can't have two route to the same network. As the router 192.168.10.254 will have an IP in the WAN (aka 192.168.1.X), thus two distinct IP there for the two router. The only trick you can do, is to make a lower subnet on 192.168.1.254's side. (/25) For 1. .128 it ...


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Let assume this is your setup: ROUTER >----> SNWL X1 (WAN) >----> SNWL X0 (LAN) >----> YOUR PC By default, SNWL LAN interface (X0) has IP 192.168.168.168. You can set your PC with 192.168.168.10/24, gateway 192.168.168.168. Now, pointing your browser at https://192.168.168.168 you will see SonicWall webUI auth page. You can login with user: "admin" and ...


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So if you login to the PFsense box, can you use the commandline / ping utility to ping either the sky router, or the internet at large? The PFsense box should likely have the WAN setup as DHCP, not static as it'll get the IP it should be using from the Sky Router (which will provide it via DHCP). And then you'll likely want the internal IP of the PFsense ...


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Some routers can do this, or can be enabled to do this by installing new firmware such as DD-WRT: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DD-WRT#Features There is a paid version of the DD-WRT firmware which has exactly the feature you're looking for, however it may be possible to accomplish the same thing for free using a bit of script hacking as explained here: ...



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