kellenw Posted June 10, 2009 Report Share Posted June 10, 2009 Example Setups: 1.) DSL Modem ---> CS410 WAN Port ---> CS410 LAN Port ---> Switch/Router with DHCP Turned off ---> Computers, Phones --- OR --- 2.) DSL Modem ---> CS410 WAN Port ---> CS410 LAN Port ---> Router WAN Port ---> Router LAN Port ---> Computers, Phones In theory, both of the above should work assuming the CS410 can act as an internet gateway using the built-in DHCP server. It could really help those folks who are having issues with NAT. Lack of firewall is a concern in #1 though. You probably wouldn't want a ton of traffic on your network either. The CPU in the CS410 isn't exactly beefy, and there is no QOS to speak of. For a small office of 6 users or less, this could be a workable solution though. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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