I have a BT Home Hub at home but the wireless on it quite frankly is rubbish for my house. So I have a Buffalo Wireless Router at home that I am now using to transmit the wireless signal around the house.
I have disabled the wireless on the Home Hub but I am having major problems with my setup - the wireless connection to the Buffalo router is always good but the internet connection is very intermitant and I have come to the conclusion that I have something wrong in the setup between the home hub (modem) and the Buffalo router.
Currently this is what is happening:
The home home is on the ip range 192.168.1.1 and the buffalo router is using the range 192.168.11.1 . The buffalo router is connected to the home hub via ethernet and I think the DHCP is enable on both the modem and the buffalo router. I do get internet connections working but again it is very intermittant and not related to the router connectivity.
Should I be forwarding everything from the modem directly to the router and turning off DHCP on the home hub? Or should I be doing something completely different - I know an easier option would be to buy a modem/router combo but quite frankly do not have the spare cash at the minute.