2 router home network IPv4/IPv6

Hello Tom's community!

I'm looking to set up my own home network with 2 routers :
1) linksys router WRT320N
2) d-link dir300

I'm living in a house with 4 other university students + me. We all owns a laptop(5) and a smartphone(5).
2 of us have a gaming desktop and we also have 1 ps3 and 1 xbox. We also using our network to share contents like music and video.

For a total of 14 devices on our network. I also have to consider friends of the house who sometimes brought their laptops and smartphones too.

I was thinking about isolating one network containing our 5 laptops for studying with all the smartphones connected to the D-link which is connected to the internet throught IPv4.

Public IPv4 class C
D-link (174.x.x.x) WAN / LAN (192.168.0.1)
------PS3 (192.168.0.2) <-- DHCP reserved
------Xbox360 (192.168.0.3) <-- DHCP reserved
------Gaming PC-1 (192.168.0.4) <-- DHCP reserved
------Gaming PC-2 (192.168.0.5) <-- DHCP reserved
------Friends Laptops/smartphones (192.168.0.7 to 192.168.0.12) <-- DHCP auto-assign
------Linksys (192.168.0.6) WAN / LAN (2001:0500:A5B2::100) <-- DHCP reserved
--------------Laptop-1 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::1)
--------------Laptop-2 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::2)
--------------Laptop-3 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::3)
--------------Laptop-4 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::4)
--------------Laptop-5 (2001:0500:A5B2:100::5)
--------------Smartphone-1(2001:0500:A5B2:100::6)
--------------Smartphone-2(2001:0500:A5B2:100::7)
--------------Smartphone-3(2001:0500:A5B2:100::8)
--------------Smartphone-4(2001:0500:A5B2:100::9)
--------------Smartphone-5(2001:0500:A5B2:100::10)


What do you guys think ?
Thanks
-SqueezeWell
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  1. I'm sorry lol I talked about WRT320N but it actually doesnt support IPv6.
    I meant to say D-Link dir-655
  2. should work as long you not trying to share data between the laptops and the game stations
  3. This topic has been moved from the section Toms Network to section Networking by Grumpy9117
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