I have a desktop(A) and it's connected via LAN to a wireless router in the office for internal database storage.
There is a wireless network to the internet in my office that I hope to connect so that I can access to desktop(A) when I am outside.
I bought a D-Link Wireless AC Dual Band USB Adapter for desktop(A) but I can only access to the internet when I disable the original LAN network.
Is there anyway I can enable both simultaneously?
*PS: I google about this and I saw an article suggesting to change the IPV4 Metric Interface to different number for both network. I tried setting 10 for the LAN network and 25 for the USB adaptor but still cannot work.
Not very good in networking so let me know if there's anything I have not explained in detail. Thanks for the help/advice in advance.
Both of your routers are set to use192.168.1.xxx for their network scope and until you change one of them to something else, it won't ever work. Change the one with internet access to 192.168.2.xxx with
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