I have an Asus RT-AC68U router, which is creating my LAN on 192.168.1.XYZ
Then, at the end of a 100m cat6 cable in my garden office, I have a basic 4 port switch. That works fine.
However, it turns out I need more than 4 extra ports down here, and also WiFi extended, so I have set up an old / spare Netgear WNR2000 Router; connecting it from a port on the switch to the WAN port.
This has successfully created a new Wireless network, so all's "working"...
However, this new network and the Netgear WNR2000 is on a different subnet - 10.0.0.XYZ
So if I make use of the extra ports on the back of the Netgear -- however doing so means whatever device is connected with a 10.0.0.XYZ IP address... which means I cannot connect to it over the network from a 192.168.1.XYZ machine - i.e. I want to be able to set up a network shared drive from a device on connected to the Netgear, from a device connected the Asus, and vice versa.
The Netgear won't let me change it's IP range to 192.168.1.XYZ; returns the error "IP Address is conflicted with WAN IP Subnet"...
So... how can I either:
a) connect a device on 192.168.1.XYZ to a device on 10.0.0.XYZ (note, I'm using both Windows and Linux machines)
set up the Netgear so it's on 192.168.1.XYZ (or indeed the DHCP server it creates is on that range).
Thanks in advance