I have an Asus wireless router: WL-520GU... and an AT&T 2Wire for my DSL connection.
When I try to browse anywhere, I just get an odd message from the Asus router (in the common Asus broken-English, bad formatting, and awful spelling):
I guess it's trying to say:
Your Asus Router and your 2Wire have the same subnet mask.
(It doesn't say if that's good, or bad... but it sounds like they must be different.)
But for the "solution" it looks like it's trying to say:
Your Asus Router and your 2Wire have the same IP address.
My Asus has the defaults: 192.168.1.1 and 255.255.255.0
My 2Wire has: 192.168.1.66
I'm not seeing where the conflict(s) could be.
The Asus firmware is v188.8.131.52 .
None of these problems occur with the old v184.108.40.206 firmware.
Any ideas on how to fix this? (PLEASE don't say to run a totally different DD/Tomato firmware because it's "better". I need to fix THIS 1 problem, not try to convince my company to switch everything to an entirely different set of problems.)
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