Posted 18 August 2006 - 01:31 PM
I'd suggest that you use router 2 as a gateway for router one. This effectively expands your network to one big happy network with no subnets.
The problems you'll encounter will be with conflicting IP addresses - and the solution is to disable DHCP on the gateway router and use static IP's.
You'll get better information about how to do this from the maker of the routers.
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