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Old 12-10-2012, 12:26 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by SamDoe1 View Post
You will have to ask Verizon that because it will issue multiple IP addresses to your home. The internal IP address of the router (the 192.168.1.1) is irrelevant. That's just the internal IP and what Verizon assigns the router, which is the true IP of your network, will be different for each router external router.

I'm not sure of your level of expertise with networking but each router will create it's own internal network and because of this, you can nest multiple routers inside of each other as long as the internal IP doesn't match the external IP. I've found that having matching IP addresses will confuse the routers.

If he set up the 2nd AP as a bridge and not a router it would be fine. Even if he did the router into a router, double NAT doesn't cause issues with stuff except for things like VoIP
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