The fibreop router provided by my ISP is not dual band, so I just bought a dual band router, turned off the wireless signal on the ISP router (which is still the one connected to the modem), connected the new one to a LAN port, and voila, I now have my proper dual band network and its working GREAT.
Problem is, my network now seems to be "segmented". All the devices connected to the wifi (the "new" router) can (of course) see the new router (LAN ip 192.168.0.1), and can see the media server on it.
The main computer, however, which is the other LAN device on the "main" router, cannot connect to the new router, either via the 192.168.0.1 ip or the assigned 192.168.2.15 ip (which I see on the "main" routers config settings for its LAN status, which I CAN access from the main computer).
I just want to be able to keep the existing (mostly working) setup, but also be able to put stuff on the media server from the main computer, so I can see it on the other devices... Is there some configuration missing on the "main" router that's not providing a route between the two devices on its LAN ports?
Any input would be appreciated.