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Network device chain

DSL modem WAN port to Lynksys WRT54G wireless routers WAN port, Set as gateway.

WRT54G wireless router LAN port to Dlink DI-604 wired routers LAN port, set as router.

Dlink DI-604 wired routers LAN port to SMC 108TD 8 port switch.

If my thoughts are correct I can set the Dlink DI-604 wired router to refuse connections from the lynksys router hiding my LAN.

The Lynksys wireless router as a gateway will allow Internet connections from a wireless device.




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