My ISP/Model router is set to 192.168.0.1
My DD-WRT is set to 192.168.0.80. A Linksys WRT300 that was flashed with a DD-WRT.BIN specifically for it (not the generic one).
- It uses the PPTP connection type
- DCHP = Y
- WAN IP and subnet get set by DHCP
- The Gateway is set to 126.96.36.199
It's editable but no matter what I put in, it gets ignored and is overwritten to the (.129) address. The Gateway PPTP is set to 188.8.131.52.
Any PCs/devices (Apple TV, etc.) that are plugged into that router get an IP address from it, and gets a public US IP address. Works great.
The problem is, any devices (ones that need to have a Canadian public IP) not plugged into that router, you can't connect to it (can't even ping it). Likewise, all the devices plugged into it, can't ping outside of it (not even 192.168.0.1), so there's no connectivity between the two "networks."
I understand why this is happening -- the WAN port is reaching out beyond the ISP, so even though they appear on the same network, they kind of are not.
Can someone help out?