I am subscriber of Cable 100MBps with Cisco DCP3925. As the wireless is pretty weak due to wall, I would like to connect the Cisco DCP3925 to my router, TP-LINK 300Mbps Wireless N Router (Model No. TL-WR841N) to resolve the issue.
However, I found that when I connect the Cisco modem to the TP-LINK router, the TP-LINK router didn't receive any signal from the Cisco modem (self-assigned IP was shown). The issue was still the same even if I changed the Cisco modem to bridged mode. I guess I might have missed something.
I would like to seek help for setting up the connection between the two devices. Thanks.
Hi simonN, thanks for your kind help. However the procedures in the thread doesn't work. I wonder if there is other way to solve this...
You managed to change the Cisco to bridge mode and turn off WiFi ? After that you only connect tp link Internet port to cisco LAN port.
1. Change the Cisco to bridge mode
2. Turn off WiFi
3. Connect the TP Link router to Cisco LAN port
However it didn't work
No, I don't have other devices connected to the Cisco.
I am not sure if these photos are helpful. These are the setting I have done.
If you connct your laptop directly to the cisco what IP address range are you getting 192.xx.xx.xx?