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Re: What is happening here...
I think I did figure out late last night how to make the Cisco 804 ignore traffic from the wireless router and extender.
In looking at the logs of the wireless router (DI-524) I saw many attempts at DHCP. I gave it a static ip for the WAN interface, and blocked 255.255.255.255 and 192.168.0.255 in the Cisco's access list. 200 seconds after I turned all of the computers off, I get that funny red light blink-blink and then off on the 804! I've been chasing this auto-disconnect for at least a year.
I modified the suggested .ios config file from the faq of this forum with my own info, added my port forward needs, added my own access list strings, and now I think I have a much cleaner .ios.