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Hello,
My wireless service network relies on a Cisco router between the network and the Internet.
The Cisco assigns DHCP to all clients within the network. However there is no bandwidth shaping on it.
Hence the Winroute.

Have any of you had the Winroute running with a commercial router on your system?

Have you placed the Winroute server between the network and the Cisco or is the server between the Cisco and the Internet?

Thank you,


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Yes it work great on both the condition.
recomended is:
Winroute server between the network and the Cisco.

and use KWF DHCP service for better performance.

Thanks.
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply.

I guess you have the winroute as the dhcp server and tell the cisco to simply pass traffic without assigning and IP addresses.

Thank you,

steve

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nowcom

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Sorry...another quick question.

We have almost all network radios as static IP addresses.

In your experience, will the winroute handle these statics just as well as the DHCP IP's?

Thanks,

steve

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A few years ago I used two Winroute boxes behind two ZyXEL routers on two separate networks. Everything worked fine except VPN betwin the two Winroute boxes. Took Kerio's support a few months to figure out the problem. Very Happy
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