Bridge two Separate Subnets with wireless DD-WRT
Posted on 2013-01-30
Hey everyone. I need a little help.
I have two separate networks (Network A 192.168.62.x, Network B 192.168.63.x both subnetmask 255.255.255.0) and I need to setup a wireless bridge between both of them without changing the subnet info. Both location currently have dd-WRT routers as the primary router in place for internet and DHCP.
I have TWO extra DD-WRT Wireless routers (Linksys WRT54GL) to use as access points for testing, I'd like to get some routers with DD-WRT capable of doing 802.11N after I figure this out.
I've read a bunch about doing standard bridging with these routers and did get a standard bridge setup but was unable to get the routing between the two subnets worked out. Plus I think the setup should be totally different from what I did to get the standard client bridge working.
So with a total of 4 DDWRT Routers (right now all WRT54GL, 2 used as standard routers with LAN Subnets listed above and the Router lan IP's being 192.168.x.1) how can I set this up?