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Bridging 2 private networks to access DVR

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July 10, 2013 10:20:21 PM

Hi!
I have a client who has in his office 2 DSL routers from 2 different internet providers, one (ISP1 192.168.2.254) is used solely to publish a CCTV digital video recorder (DVR), the other (ISP2 192.168.1.254) is used for internet access for the home office.
My client wants to be able to access the DVR (192.168.2.10) from any of the PC´s connected to ISP2 and still be able to have internet access through ISP2.
Is there a way to acomplish this? I have a WRT54G router on hand with dd-wrt firmware that I hope, with your help, may come in handy to solve this problem

This is a simple diagram of the network http://attessa.net/tomsh/isp-dvr.png


Hope you can help me, thanks in advance

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July 11, 2013 7:12:33 AM

Since this appears to be two completely different connections, accessing the DVR through the public IP would seem to work. Just as if you were physically away from the building.

Port forward through ISP1 router to 192.168.2.10.
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July 11, 2013 10:30:05 AM

USAFRet said:
Since this appears to be two completely different connections, accessing the DVR through the public IP would seem to work. Just as if you were physically away from the building.

Port forward through ISP1 router to 192.168.2.10.


You are totally right, but I forgot to mention that the client wants to access the DVR WITHOUT using the public IP, only the private network
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