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Old 03-13-2016, 12:23 PM   #1
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One side of my network does not get any traffic?

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My situation set is this:

I have a comcast(10.0.x.x) router hard wired to a buffalo(156.x.x.x) router that is hardwired to a netgear switch which connects to two cpu's. (One cpu is static on the 156.x.x.x network) the other cpu is DHCP and had a 156.x.x.x dhcp address).

Now my buffalo router got screwed up -- my fault -- when I tried to do an update but did not want to auto reboot the router.

As my wife was on her work laptop connected to a hardwired (10.0.x.x) address and got booted when the buffalo router rebooted. I tried to stop the reboot but the router had problems.

So then I connected everything through the comcast router on the 10.0.x.x network. The dhcp cpu is working. However my static cpu is not. I changed it to make sure it had a valid IP address and that is ok.

What is the problem???

Old 03-13-2016, 02:37 PM   #2
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Can you ping the router?
Maybe the cable is defective or plug is not connected correctly?
Old 03-16-2016, 03:22 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Keruskerfuerst View Post
Can you ping the router?
Maybe the cable is defective or plug is not connected correctly?
Keruskerfuerst I cannot ping the 10.0.x.x comcast router? The cable I am using is one I bought a while back from Fry's. So it should be working???



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