I have internet connection and I'd like to share it with my neighbours. Each of them have LANs with different subnets (192.168.xxx.yyy/255.255.255.0). Now I have set up a router (assembled from old PC and two ethernet cards) for each LAN.
As time goes by more and more neighbours want me to share my internet connection with them. But I can't afford myself to set up a new router for each of their LANs. A year ago a had 3 routers, that was OK, but today I'd assemble 8th one to share my internet connection. To look from a point of statistics I'd have half of my room filled with routers after 3 years :)
Is there any solution to have one router for all of LANs I'm sharing my internet connection with? (Of course security matters - LANs should not "see" each other)
Is it possible to assign some sort of IP address/Subnet mask combination to LANs and router to solve this problem?
Thanks for your time.