SEGA RPG FAN wrote:You want the second router set up as a switch. How to do this varies by router, but here's the general idea: https://www.techwalla.com/articles/use-router-switch
Blayer98 wrote:Ok, so I found out that what I have to do is DMZ my Dreamcast on my TP Link router, and then I also have to DMZ the TP Link router on my HG633 router which is ridiculous! If anyone knows of a much easier way to do this I’d really appreciate it!
Blayer98 wrote:What do you mean by “SPI Firewall”?
Blayer98 wrote:but I’d rather not have to make the router DMZ’ed as that also exposes the DreamPi I’m using...
megavolt85 wrote:Blayer98 wrote:What do you mean by “SPI Firewall”?
Снимок экрана_2020-09-24_11-12-08.pngBlayer98 wrote:but I’d rather not have to make the router DMZ’ed as that also exposes the DreamPi I’m using...
DMZ open ports to your dreamcast, not DreamPi
but if you are so worried, instead of DMZ, you can configure port forwarding manually for each game
megavolt85 wrote:Blayer98 wrote:I literally said that I have DMZ'ed my Dreamcast. I did so on my second router because I can actually specify the Dreamcast's IP Address.
1) what model of your TP-Link router?
2) how do you connect TP-Link to HG633?
Blayer98 wrote:I connect the TP Link router via Ethernet to my HG633.
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