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[2013-08-03 11:00:47] u-two: Items: Cisco EA6400 D-link DES-1005D ver K2 Win 7 x32 bit home premium computer Problem: The computer cannot gain LAN acces to the internet through the combination of EA6400 router and DES-1005D switch. Connecting as following works perfectly: PC => wifi => EA6400 => modem => internet PC => LAN => EA6400 => modem => internet PC => LAN => DES-1005D => modem => internet What doesnt work: PC => LAN => DES-1005D => EA6400 => modem => internet And we will drop the witchhunt on the DES-1005D because it has proven to work succesfully for 6 years and I already jumped through too much hoops to prove it to your coworker. Problem is on the cisco routers end, so please help me fix this problem or I'll bring it back because this is ridiculous. Extra info on switch: http://www.dlink.ru/il/products/1/26.html It is the dumbest thing around and cannot possibly do anything wrong.
[2013-08-03 11:05:21] Liezl R. (10104): Please hold on while I digest your network setup.
[2013-08-03 11:07:48] Liezl R. (10104): Is the DES-1005D a manageable switch?
[2013-08-03 11:08:34] u-two: I'm not shure, but from the text on the product page "No configuration is required and installation is quick and easy. Support for Auto-MDI/MDI-X on all ports eliminates the need for crossover cables for connection to another switch or hub. Auto-Negotiation on each port senses the link speed of a network device (either 10 or 100) and intelligently adjusts for compatibility and optimal performance. "
[2013-08-03 11:10:06] Liezl R. (10104): On what port on the router did you connect the DES-1005D?
[2013-08-03 11:11:35] u-two: That's not important. Every port connects to every port and it has always worked this way. I've also just tested it for your collegeu, modem straight into switch and from switch to pc worked on every possible iteration of ports
[2013-08-03 11:12:46] u-two: Basically I'm thinking some boycot in the settings of the cisco router, and I want to know how to make it work.
[2013-08-03 11:15:38] u-two: hello?
[2013-08-03 11:16:03] Liezl R. (10104): The router works with the PC connected directly to it though, right?
[2013-08-03 11:17:17] u-two: Yes, but I'm not removing the switch otherwise our house will be without printers. (printers are not connected at the moment and are to be disregarded as a problem) but th switch is neccesary.
[2013-08-03 11:17:49] u-two: I've entered a list of the working and not working configurations in my first post
[2013-08-03 11:29:50] Liezl R. (10104): Are all the lights lit?
[2013-08-03 11:30:02] u-two: specify
[2013-08-03 11:30:43] u-two: ?
[2013-08-03 11:31:08] Liezl R. (10104): I mean, is the light on the switch lit when a PC is wired to it?
[2013-08-03 11:33:21] u-two: Okay, "we will drop the witchhunt on the switch" ~first post . but to answer: yes all lights are lit, when a wroking device is connected (pc printer) it gives a 100Mbps green light, but when connecting the cisco EA6400 it's first green but soon, 1-2 sec, changes to a orange light (meaning 10Mbps or lower) meaning 0 no connection
[2013-08-03 11:34:44] u-two: It's like the router recognises the device isn't from cisco and refuses to give it acces. Because at this point it's the only logical explanation
[2013-08-03 11:35:41] Liezl R. (10104): Okay, I still say that the router is working fine since it is to provide internet connection via wired and wireless which is the main function of the router. Since you say that that switch works fine with other devices, then we can just consider this an incompatibility issue.
[2013-08-03 11:36:14] u-two: Yes, so how do i fix it?
[2013-08-03 11:39:17] Liezl R. (10104): There is no fix for now since we cannot pinpoint whether the switch is blocking the connection or not.
[2013-08-03 11:40:10] u-two: But why would it. The switch is a really dumb device compared to your router. So if anything is blocking it it'd be the router.
[2013-08-03 11:45:44] Liezl R. (10104): Yes, but as we can see the router gives off connection directly. So the switch must be defective.
[2013-08-03 11:46:53] u-two: Because the switch has proven to work with everything an anything over the last six years that does seem like the logical conclusion. Why would we look into troubleshooting our own device?
[2013-08-03 11:46:59] u-two: Seriously?
[2013-08-03 11:47:21] u-two: Fuck it, it's going back
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