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Topic: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Conceived to remove network wires, well or, on , to reduce their amount. On desktop there is a computer and nas. Bought here such WiFi the repeater "Comfast cf-wr750ac V2" (it is written that can bridge) and  switch TP-Link. WiFi router already is. Connected all here in such circuit: the Picture: the link In such configuration nas does not connect Network both 3 and nas are not visible for 1 and 2. Tried to adjust wifi2 as follows: IP: 192.168.0.2 Mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 192.168.0.1 Well, both nas and 3  changed IP and Gateway. And then generally the Internet LAN. Already a head broke... Now other idea came to a head - At 3 is available WIFI. What if nas and 3 to connect by cable (or through a switch), and WIFI 3 to hook on WIFI1? https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B848Hu … sp=sharing

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> Image: ll4DZfLpvIn7FPdrBxBumzib4qThEvx2BtZI57t9wMoxH5V_d7ZQcS72B_GlSx4aceFRgeb2xOI0Nw=w1902-h882-rw the Picture is not shown. HTTP 403 Forbidden... <<RSDN@Home 1.3.108 alpha 5 rev. 56>>

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, _Raz _, you wrote: _R _> Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD>> Image: ll4DZfLpvIn7FPdrBxBumzib4qThEvx2BtZI57t9wMoxH5V_d7ZQcS72B_GlSx4aceFRgeb2xOI0Nw=w1902-h882-rw _R _> the Picture is not shown. HTTP 403 Forbidden added before a picture the reference which generated  (Google).

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> Conceived to remove network wires, well or, on , to reduce their amount. RD> on desktop there is a computer and nas. RD> Bought here such WiFi the repeater "Comfast cf-wr750ac V2" (it is written that can bridge) and  switch TP-Link. WiFi router already is. RD> connected all here in such circuit: RD> the Picture: link RD> Image: home_network.jpg RD> In such configuration nas does not connect Network both 3 and nas are not visible for 1 and 2. You got 2 networks - 192.168.0.* and 192.168.10.* is means that it is necessary to register routes in a network 192.168.0.* that the traffic did not leave outside and at you on wifi2 a router gateway is specified as 192.168.10.1 is own wifi2 address (nonsense wrote). Actually it is necessary to you of all - PC1 PC2 PC3 NAS wifi2 - to force to work in one network - 192.168.0.*. I.e. On wifi2 register the address hands - select any of 192.168.0.x outside of DHCP, cut down on it DHCP absolutely and translate it in a mode repeater or bridge, figs knows as it there is called - when the traffic walks freely without any routing. On Wifi1 check up that is not present isolation mode when wifi clients do not see , and see only the Internet.

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, aik, you wrote: aik> You got 2 networks - 192.168.0.* and 192.168.10.* is means that it is necessary to register routes in a network 192.168.0.* that the traffic did not leave outside and at you on wifi2 a router gateway is specified as 192.168.10.1 is own wifi2 address (nonsense wrote). aik> actually it is necessary to You of all - PC1 PC2 PC3 NAS wifi2 - to force to work in one network - 192.168.0.*. I.e. on wifi2 register the address hands - select any of 192.168.0.x outside of DHCP, cut down on it DHCP absolutely and translate it in a mode repeater or bridge, figs knows as it there is called - when the traffic walks freely without any routing. On Wifi1 check up that is not present isolation mode when wifi clients do not see , and see only the Internet. On a picture initial configurations. I tried and to do: disconnected DHCP on wifi2, for all made Gateway 192.168.0.1, for wifi2 assigned ip 192.168.0.2 and all on wifi2 ceased to see the Internet and each other. On wifi1 all is normal all each other see - is not present isolation mode. I already start to suspect that firmware on wifi2 strongly curve. I Will try once again...

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: RD> Bought here such WiFi the repeater "Comfast cf-wr750ac V2" (it is written that can bridge) and  switch TP-Link. WiFi router already is. RD> connected all here in such circuit: RD> In such configuration nas does not connect Network both 3 and nas are not visible for 1 and 2. Because comfast at you in the ROUTER mode. In it specify different ip subnets. Switch in a repeater mode. And it is better, connect its wire with "wifi 1" and include in a mode of a point of access (AP acces point) In a repeater mode on such piece of iron it is automatically disconnected dhcp, yes generally all functions are given on "wifi 1": there IP addresses are produced, authentification wifi devices in the same place is led and so forth Accordingly all devices in a network each other see as though have been connected immediately to "wifi 1". A difference between a repeater and  in a connection method: a repeater by air,  a wire. RD> now other idea came to a head - At 3 is available WIFI. What if nas and 3 to connect by cable (or through a switch), and WIFI 3 to hook on WIFI1? Well, if at you so it is a lot of free time and absolutely absolutely there is nothing to do...

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, Stanislaw K, you wrote: SK> Because comfast at you in the ROUTER mode. In it specify different ip subnets. SK> switch in a repeater mode. And it is better, connect its wire with "wifi 1" and include in a mode of a point of access (AP acces point) SK> In a repeater mode on such piece of iron it is automatically disconnected dhcp, yes generally all functions are given on "wifi 1": there IP addresses are produced, authentification wifi devices in the same place is led and so forth Accordingly all devices in a network each other see as though have been connected immediately to "wifi 1". SK> the Difference between a repeater and  in a connection method: a repeater by air,  a wire. RD>> now other idea came to a head - At 3 is available WIFI. What if nas and 3 to connect by cable (or through a switch), and WIFI 3 to hook on WIFI1? SK> Well if at you so it is a lot of free time and absolutely absolutely there is nothing to do... The Last idea was bad - when 3 is ungeared, and NAS will be inaccessible. . It shows that it in a repeater mode, but dhcp all the same continues to work and when I it manually disconnect all is broken off... I already also dropped to factory adjustments, and firmware  and anything. But the very first time it turned on as a repeater and DHCP has been ungeared! And on DHCP to page there were 3 options Server, Client, Disable, and now only Server and Disable... Can it it is necessary pull out from the socket for 10 seconds? Or to do 30-30-30 reset?

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

Hello, RusDady, you wrote: SK>> Switch in a repeater mode. And it is better, connect its wire with "wifi 1" and include in a mode of a point of access (AP acces point) RD>>> Now other idea came to a head - At 3 is available WIFI. What if nas and 3 to connect by cable (or through a switch), and WIFI 3 to hook on WIFI1? SK>> Well if at you so it is a lot of free time and absolutely absolutely there is nothing to do... RD> the Last idea was bad - when 3 is ungeared, and NAS will be inaccessible. And so happens? It is quite expected. RD> it shows that it in a repeater mode, but dhcp all the same continues to work and when I it manually disconnect all is broken off... I already also dropped to factory adjustments, and firmware  and anything. You that do that "not so". I will assume that for adjustment of it comfast you are connected to it on wifi and you receive from it ip the address automatically? RD> but the very first time it turned on as a repeater and DHCP has been ungeared! And on DHCP to page there were 3 options Server, Client, Disable, and now only Server and Disable... Can it it is necessary pull out from the socket for 10 seconds? Or to do 30-30-30 reset? 30-30-30 it is possible to try, but no special sense has. It was the singularity of one of models d-link at a reinsertion in dd-wrt. Most precisely models of all vendors on one specific chip.

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Re: Adjustment WIFI repeater as bridge

, understood... This repeater is not fitted to bridge creation though the description on a site says that is adjusted. The subnet with 192.168.0. changes on 192.168.1., with  DHCP generally all ceases to see and connect... So all is curve... Though as ,  and the repeater works normally. I was connected to it and on a wire and by air... So I will suppose it on a shelf, can be useful when... Instead of it I took old NETGEAR WGR614 V8 replaced an insertion on dd-wrt, adjusted also all earned. Speed of an exchange not such as I wanted, but as practice showed that while is normal...