I have desktop and notebook (with wireless) running Win XP Pro
I have a 4 port Modem/router which connects by LAN1 (so it has 3 unused ports) to my desktop (Belkin F1P1241)
I have a 4 port/Wireless router ( Belkin F5D7230-4)
I know that I can connect the LAN1 of the Modem/router to the input of wireless router and then its LAN1 to the Desktop and this should work
My question is: Is it feasible to use the one of the unused LAN ports (say LAN2) of the Modem/router conected to one of the LAN ports (say LAN2) of the Wireless modem
What sort of setup procedure would I need
How do I set up the IP addresses
Do I need a bridge between the connection LAN1 to desktop) and LAN2 to teh wireless/router?
Your thoughts much appreciated
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