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I have a left-over Verizon-provided Westell 7500 DSL modem router (A90-750015-07). How do I turn it into a router-switch that will take an ethernet (not DSL) network feed (with internet access) and distribute it among a few devices and put those devices into some kind of sub-network so they see each other? I'm not using technical terms here - please teach me. This Westell 7500 used to be my home Verizon DSL modem-router, and it worked OK. And it also let my home devices (wired and wireless) see each other. For example, my different PCs would appear in 'My Network Places' and they could 'share' designated folders.
And all my home PCs could print to my home wireless printer. All through the Westell 7500.
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Verizon replaced it with a different modem-router, and so this Westell 7500 has been sitting in a box for a few months. Now, my wife is going to rent a small temporary office that provides internet access via a socket in the wall. Let's assume it's a typical RJ-45 ethernet socket. The internet speed might actually be pretty good - maybe 30Mbs down and very fast up. The total internet capacity is shared with other temporary offices in the facility, but let's assume we'll have enough for our needs. If the only thing I bring is a single computer, I could use a J-45 ethernet cable to plug its network card directly into this socket and be done.
But I'll be bringing at least two computers and a small printer/scanner. Both computers will need to share the internet access, and both computers and the printer/scanner will need to 'see' each other. (Just like at home.) So, if I plug the Westell 7500 into the network wall socket and then my PCs and printer into the Westell, I should get what I need here, yes?
How do I do this exactly, step-by-step? I have experimented at home and have maybe 10% success. At home, I don't have an ethernet socket in the wall, but I do have my newer modem-router, and it has an unused LAN socket, which I am pretending is the office's ethernet socket.
I connected a test computer to the Westell 7500 and logged onto the Westell 7500's embedded server (192.168.1.1), changed its VersaPort from 'LAN ethernet port' to 'WAN uplink port', connected the newer modem-router's unused LAN socket to the Westell 7500's E1/Uplink socket with a J45 cable, went to the Westell 7500's 'Advanced' page and ran 'Detect WAN Configuration'. That changed the Westell 7500's 'WAN uplink port Settings Protocal' from PPPoE to Routed IP. The Westell 7500 now also says its 'Broadband Connection Type' is 'Routed Bridge'.
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