+Both have DD-WRT installed.
+Both have “basic” WPA2 wifi settings configured.
+Both have their own SSID (Router1 and Router2)
+Router1 has an ip range of 192.168.1.X
+Router2 has an ip range of 192.168.2.X
+There is only one internet connection.
+Router 1 is already connected to the Internet and I have Router2 connected to Router1, connecting though either router I can access the internet.
What I would like to accomplish is:
1. Users who connect to Router1 via LAN or WIFI can get on the internet as normal.
2. Users who connect to Router2 via LAN or WIFI can get on the internet through the PPTP vpn connection set on Router2. Yes I am aware that OpenVPN is more secure but this is not an option.
3. Users connected on Router2 cannot access any of Router1’s resources (wifi printers, other computers on ip range etc) except for the internet connection.
4. Users connected on Router1 cannot access any of Router2’s resources (other computers on ip range etc) except for the internet connection.
Can someone give me the step-by-steps on how to accomplish this?
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