Re: LAN-side of D-Link DI-604
From: Mike (mwryder_at_tpg.com.au)
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 09:01:36 +0800
This is just a stab in the dark, but is the router in transparent bridge
The modem / router models (the DSL range) from d-link are shipped with this
setting enabled. In transparent bridge mode, the device is designed to talk
to only one computer and will not pass packets across a LAN effectively.
You wouldn't normally expect this setting for a dedicated router, but it
may be a coincidence.
Give it a go anyway......
"Graham" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have seen a lot of posts on this but I am not sure if the answer was
> there or just that I did not understand it.
> I have 3 Win2000 sp4 PCs connected to the ethernet broadband router
> each can access the internet and each can ping the 604 and addesses on
> the Internet. None of them can ping each other though they show in
> "Computers Near Me". I dont have DNS so I am always using the actual
> IP address.
> The router rus DHCP and allocates the addresses within the range I
> want which the PCs DO pick up and they all have the same sub-net and
> workgroup name.
> Each PC has IP, MS Client for Networks, File & Printer Sharing and
> NETBIOS across TCP enabled.
> I have done this a dozen times, unprofessionally, using ethernet hubs.
> It is almost like the router allows the packets to go through it but
> not "sideways". There's technospeak.
> Any advice would be welcome.