Here is what I get. I use static IP address as wan connection.
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No results: I would consider, over administration, factory default.
And for last resource: nvram erase and reboot or 30/30/30 reset.
I don´t have any experience about that on my own wrt54g. So proceed with caution before doing that.
I can see now. For some reason eth0 is missing on your configuration.
Without it, vlans don´t work.
ifconfig eth0 up
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1) WAN in AUTO-DHCP does not get IP
2) LAN ports do not get DHCP from router
3) Setting PC ethernet to static IP does not ping router or have access to router GUI
4) WLAN has access to router GUI and get DHCP from router
What I did Next (not an ideal solution):
Set to ROUTER mode:
(This allow me to surf the internet only from LAN connections using all static
configurations, however I am not able to ping the router
at 192.168.1.1 or access the GUI from a LAN connection)
LAN IP: 192.168.1.1
1) set static WAN IP as follows:
GW: 192.168.1.254 <<<<< (This is my main gateway)
2) Set Static IP on PC Ethernet:
GW: 192.168.1.254 (192.168.1.1 will not work)
3) WLAN client will get an IP from DHCP and access the GUI but will not be able to surf the internet.
4) LAN clients will not get DHCP or ping the router
I have an existing network with an internet gateway at 192.168.1.254 running a wired DHCP. This gateway is connected to a switch. This old linksys router would be a secondary router running on an existing network.
But Forget the WAN port and accessing the internet,
The problem here is even before connecting this router to the network, I just want to be able to access the router and the GUI via the LOCAL LAN ports as this has been impossible to do. The only way I am able to access the router is via a Wireless connection. So in essence here, the issue is that the LAN PORTS do not route to the GUI or LAN IP address.