two wirless in diffrent two sunnets

I have two seprate networks , every network is using a wirless 3 com , each network is using diffrent subnet and diffrent range

how i can make the two subnets communicate together
Maged_RamezAsked:
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betty85Commented:
you could build a linux box with two NICs, one for each different range of network, then masquerade the two NICs to each other to forward traffic between them?
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marce_litoCommented:
You need a layer 3 device in order to make them communicate.  It can be a Linux box with two NICs, as betty85 has stated (although I wouldn't use masquerading), it can be a router, it can be a layer 3 switch...  They can all help to make your subnets see each other, but which one is right for you depends on your more specific needs.  If you have a tight budget, get an old pc and use Linux to do the routing.  If you plan to make many more subnets, I'd pick the layer 3 switch route.
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