When I get to the part about configuring the VLAN (under the section "Configure Open Authentication with WEP Encryption") it shows to choose VLAN1, check the "Native VLAN" check box and enter the IP information for the VLAN.
I currently have VLAN1 configured with the IP address 192.168.1.254/24, so I entered this information but the router will not take it and prompts to pick a new IP address.
Currently as I said I have VLAN1 configured with 192.168.1.245/24 and my router is supplying IP addresses from this range via DHCP. I just want to enable wireless and extend this range to wireless clients.
Can someone explain what I need to do get get this to happen.
Thanks for the response and sorry for the delay in responding. I think that we are in different time zones. I'm located in Dublin, Ireland.
Anyway I connected my 877W back onto the ADSL connection this morning and initially I still could not connect.
I ran the two commands you suggested and they came back blank. I checked my laptop and it had an IP address 192.168.1.10/24 with a default gateway of 192.168.1.254 as expected. I did notice that this was the same IP address as I had when I was connected to the old Netopia router supplied by my ISP.
Anyway I ran ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew on the laptop and although I have received the same IP address again, this time the commands you listed do produce output. See below (public addresses x'ed out)
home_net#sh ip nat trans
Pro Inside global Inside local Outside local Outside global
192.168.1.10 xxxx.18de.xxxx.45 Mar 02 2002 05:56 AM Automatic
Now I can surf the net via the 877 :) and I have managed to set up WEP for the moment, so I have the same level of security that I had with the ISP's Netopia. I am now looking at changing this to WPK.
If you do not mind, I wonder if you would take a look at my latest configuration and if you have any thoughts on increasing the security of the router, or any links to securing an home ADSL router, it would be much appreciated.
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