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Old 08-11-2010, 11:03 AM   #1
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I had to purchase a new wireless router. I can get my printers to work on the network but cannot get internet access. When my cable goes directly to the computer I have internet. I try to put in a static IP and get: WAN Subnet conflicts with LAN subnet. Help, how can I fix this? I am using Windows 7. My Router is a DIR-825 D-Link.

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You are connecting the DIR-825 to a "modem" that's really a modem/router I would guess. The error is that it also uses the same subnet as your router.

What's the exact make/model of the modem you have?
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