I have a router from my provider which is attached to the ADSL (phone) socket. The internal address of that router is 192.168.2.1.
It hooks into a powerline adapter so that the rest of the house can access the internet, for example a server that I have. The server has address 192.168.2.110.
Also attached to the router is another router with wifi. That router has address 192.168.2.250. The wifi router has DHCP turned off.
Both routers have subnet mask 255.255.255.0
I am writing this from a laptop, which is attached to the network over the wifi router, and it has address 192.168.2.30.
If I attempt to connect to the server (192.168.2.110), from this laptop when its connected over wifi, I get no connection.
When I attach my laptop to the network using a cable and a powerline adapter, then I can connect to the server.
I can connect to the internet from both wifi connections (i.e. this laptop) and from the server (powerline network).
What could be the reason that the I can't connect to the server, when attaching to the network over wifi?