[Connection Sharing] help wit dsr 500n router
can anyone help me with how to configure 2 different ISP provider in to single router using (DSR 500n router) !!
BranoI hate VogonsPremium,MVMReviews:
You need to have two modems, one from each ISP.
Preferrably each modem set to bridge mode to hand public IP to your router.
Then connect each modem to WAN1 and WAN2 respectively and follow the instructions in the manual »www.dlink.com/ca/en/business-sol···_103.pdf
The problem is for one connection i have SHDSL modem and for other i don't have modem its has radio which is connected to the receiver
after i connect both the ISP to the router will i be able to connect to the both WiFi connection or will i get just one
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said by Aj:Is that a WISP or 3G connection you're trying to connect here Aj?
for other i don't have modem its has radio which is connected to the receiver
Short version is the DSR 500N only has ethernet connections... the wireless on it is plain old 2.4Ghz B/G/N
for end hosts. If your ISP can't feed you an ethernet connection to connect to the DSR500N, you're basically SOL.
YES its a WISP which i am trying to connect to the DSR 500n
...so I repeat, does the WISP feed you an RJ-45 ethernet connection to connect to the DSR or not? If they don't, you're SOL.
yes i do have a RJ45 from the WISP What should i do now
Plug it into one of the WAN ports on the DSR 500N?
Have you tried looking at the documentation for this device here?
THx hellfire i some how manged it.plz provide more information about load-balancing,can both the ISP used simultaneously??
Brano provided the link for the device's manual, which is probably your best bet for figuring this out.
yes i did go through it but i had some doubts on that so it would be better if i get some more info on that
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Unfortunately, don't have any more info as I've never owned / configured one.
Best of luck thought.