I have a DSL connection with a modem/router combo and Cable modem with two additional routers. I have a Hawking dual WAN wireless router and an Asante four port router. I am running a cable from the DSL modem/router from one of the LAN ports to one of the two WAN ports on the Wireless router. I have the Cable Modem plugged into the othe WAN port of the Wireless router. I want each device to access each device on each router. Is this possible?
The dual wan ports are plugged into:
1) DSL Modem/router Lan port
2) Cable modem
I assume your webserver and clients are all on the wireless side of the dual WAN router. If not then you will have big trouble if you have clients/servers on the DSL modem/router side of things; firewalls tend to do these things.
Normally a dual wan setup is more like this:
WAN1) DSL Modem
WAN2) Cable Modem
This would mean you only have 1 router total. My guess is that your DSL Modem/Router are one integrated box. By having an extra router in the chain, It just means that you will have to forward through 2 routers instead of one; resulting in more difficulty.