bridge -> WAN port of router 1
LAN port of router 1 -> WAN port of router 2
Router 1 IP Plan = 192.168.10.x
Router 2 IP Plan = 192.168.20.x
All other settings stock. Wifi is automatic channel, SSID broadcasting and WPA-PSK
Piece of pie.
The Simple Question:
How do you connect two routers to a bridge?
The Full Story:
I have a place in front of the property that it is really cast out. All we can get there by wire is power. After the building was constructed and all the action started whatever was in those pipes stood with no room for more and running a wire to that location now it is going to be thousands so to get internet to the remote location we put a wireless linksys anthena to a machine there that runs on XP.
The problem started when we set up a DVR system and now we want to access it from the running network in the main building. We have a computer in the remote location running XP and the DVR next to it, we bought a linksys router and connected the XP machine to port 1, the DVR to port 2. When we want to see the DVR we connect wireless to the router in that remote location, launch the remore viewer in our computer and we can see all the cameras from the main building.
We want to go the extra mile now, because to connect to the DVR we had to disconnect the wireless anthena in the remote connection and that means no internet over there and it is needed. Then If we connect to the remote connection, we can not be online in our machines because we have to disconnect from the main building router to connect to the remote location rounter.
So we heard that a bridge between the router in the remote connection can be made with the router in the main building. We look online, on the manuals for the routers, but nothing, we tried ourself but not luck.
Can someone give us a clue?