I've shared Internet connections using cheap broadband routers in the past, but have come across a (common?) problem this time round.
In this case there are two small companies in the same building and they want to share a broadband connection but maintain seperate LANs. In other words when someone in Office 1 clicks on network neighborhood they don't want to see any computers from Office 2.
They are set on wireless because they don't want to lay any wires. Traffic will be very low, the LAN seperation is the issue, not performance. I realize that a managed switch with VLAN support and a couple of access points would do the trick, but thats too expensive. At this point I may try doing it with 2 wireless routers but am unsure if this will even work.
Is there a simple solution that I'm missing? Is there a reasonably priced box(s) that will do this or perhaps another solution I'm missing entirely?