mulberry handbags some PC’s can’t see the others

some PC’s can’t see the others on the local network

I have a dual router setup, with the main one in my room and the other in the center of the house. I’ve found this to be the best setup in terms of wireless signal. I do have some problems with it however, local network wise. I can’t see any of the computers connected to the second router, but computers connected to the second router can see mine just fine!

If I ping (from my own computer) a local IP of one of the computers connected to the second router, I get “Request timed out”

Howev mulberry handbags er, If I ping my computer’s IP (from one of the computers connected to the second router) it works fine. This is not a firewall issue (all computers have one, but it’s defined to allow ping requests on all of em!)

I’m sure there’s something wrong with my setup, but I just can’t pinpoint what it is. Hope one of you guys would be able to help me figure it out. My setup is as follows:

Thanks for your help Wand3r3r . I’ve done as said on the guide and it’s workin mulberry handbags g fine now! For anyone mulberry handbags facing the same problem, this is what I did to resolve it: Di mulberry handbags sconnected the cable from the 2nd router and reconnected it (to the LAN port this time) From the admin interface (of the 2nd router) I changed the router’s IP to 192.168.1.50 (it was previously set to 192.168.2.1) this was necessary in order for the admin interface to be accessible network wide. I also disabled DHCP on it. It basically functions more like an access point now, and DHCP is managed by the 1st router.