I'm curious if this is possible or if there are better solutions out there.
Inside a local LAN (192.168.1.x network A), I have a separate gaming LAN (10.0.0.x network B). The reason for this is to keep the broadcast traffic separate while still allowing the gaming LAN to connect to the Internet through network A. Network B is downstairs and A is upstairs. Currently, I have a router downstairs (Linksys WRT54GX) connected to a wireless ethernet adapter which connects to network A. The Linksys provides wireless clients (10.0.0.x)
Since it's time to upgrade to wireless N, I'd like to find something that will allow me to bridge the two subnets together wirelessly BUT also providing a WAP to the 10.0.0.x network downstairs. What would you all recommend? Any questions or comments are appreciated!
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Anyone? Help please!
Basically, what I want to accomplish is the following diagram: