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I have A Billion router/modem and also a DLink router in my home office. We have the extra router because of all the extra's in the office.
Server, 2 PC's, 2 VoIP phones phones, printer as well as all the wireless connected laptops etc.
My question is how do you access the 2nd (Dlink) router?
I have a database on the server used by the 2 pc's that seems to have a lag and want to check the speed between the sever and the pc's.
I also wanted to check the Firmware, but not sure how to access the router.

Any suggestions

On my network Map the 2nd router shows up as a switch and when I click on it it won't do anything

Edited by getfothers, 26 October 2012 - 07:59 PM.

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