basic checklist of things to check to secure a router and wireless network with IP cams


Suppose I have a brand new router, and I have set up some basic things
just to get a wireless home network going:I created an SSID name for
the network, and it's WPA2-PSK protected. I also added a password for
the router "admin" in order to prevent others allowed in the network
from modifying the router settings.The router gateway/settings cannot
be accessed from WAN.I also had needed to do some port fwding on some
ports in order to access security IP cams from the internet. Thus for
ex: h

Hello!
Is it possible to create a small wireless
network by using a router, except that the router itself is not the
access point. Rather the router connects wirelessly to another
wireless router, and then using the internet-connected router as its
gateway/accesspoint, creates another subnet network that I can then
use to add my own devices, laptops, and NAS, etc.?
Was that
clear? Please let me know if that did not make sense.
Network & Servers

I'm new to this forum. I've tried searching for an answer
but didn't find one.
I have a home network with a D-Link router
and DSL modem. There are five computers wired to the network. I would
like to add a Netgear WGT624 wireless router to my office computer so
I can access it and the internet wirelessly through 1-2 of our
laptops. I don't want to go completely wireless at this time. />Where can I find out how to add this second router to my network (if
it can be done at all)? I can't get it to work and assume I have to
disable some settings, perhaps manually set up some IP addresses, etc.
I'm pretty lost and any h
Network & Servers

I have just purchased a NETGEAR wireless router to add to
an existing setup with and Origo router with USB print server built
in. I need to keep the print server facility but also need wireless
for two laptops. I have proceeded as far as I can with disabling DHCP
on the NETGEAR with no success. At present I have swapped over
routers, the NETGEAR is now the primary router with DHCP and the Origo
with print server is connected to a LAN port on the NETGEAR, I do not
seem to be able to connect to any printers or access the ORIGOs
internal settings via a browser.
Network & Servers
Basic things to do to make sure a server is secure? /> 
Hi:
What would you say are the most important/
fundamental things to do or change after receiving a Linux (lets say
cPanel) server to secure it? This assuming all software and OS are up
to date. I'm not talking about super paranoid or complex security
precautions, but easily applicable, essential things that all server
owners should do and that won't break any php/cgi script either. />Thanks,
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What I have currently is a laptop that I email and browse the web
with. I also bank on line I am thinking of getting another computer so
as to have one for each use. Some have told be to create a server
computer and some have told me to use more than one router with a
server computer and this would give me lots of firewall protection. I
am not only ignorant but also confused. My skills are not great in
Computer jargon. However I do manage to get drivers and software
installed after hours o
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Suppose I have a brand new router, and I have set up some basic things
just to get a wireless home network going:I created an SSID name for
the network, and it's WPA2-PSK protected. I also added a password for
the router "admin" in order to prevent others allowed in the network
from modifying the router settings.The router gateway/settings cannot
be accessed from WAN.I also had needed to do some port fwding on some
ports in order to access security IP cams from the internet. Thus for
ex: h
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