LAN vs. WAN (Google Wifi to Verizon Router)
shooters00
Newbie

I have the ONT going via ethernet to Google Wifi.  Google Wifi is setup as 192.168.1.1.  Prior to doing so, I reset the Verizon router...disabled wifi...disabled DHCP...and gave it another ip on the same subnet.  I set a DHCP reservation in Google Wifi for the router.  I plugged the LAN out from Google into the LAN of the Verizon router.  With this, I currently have internet, tv, on demand, tv app, remote dvr, etc. working.  Yay.

Now, with that said, I meant to plugin the Google to the WAN port on the Fios router because that is what I read.

  1. What does LAN to WAN buy me?  (everything seems to be working)
  2. Am I going to run into an issue later that I haven't seen yet?
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Edg1
Community Leader
Community Leader

Your set up is good. With DHCP disabled and different IP on same subnet LAN is fine. No need to plug into the WAN port. 

winbatch
Newbie

Question - i tried a similar setup recently and it seemed that I was only able to get 100mb internet rather than 1GB.  As soon as I reversed the order (fios router, than google wifi) I was back to 1GB.  Is this a known thing?  just confirming you're getting 1GB in your setup?

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