Here is the home network plan:
Router/modem, provided by ISP. Set on:
192.168.1.1. Connected to my ISP, provides internet.
WIFI router (Linksys E900). Connected to (1) with LAN cable (plugged in WAN port), set on
192.168.0.11. It creates WIFI network and all my devices are connected to it. DHCP is turned on, starting from
192.168.0.100for max 50 devices. It is also a default gateway for all connected devices.
Client AP (TPLink TL-WR743ND), works in 'AP Client Router Mode'. Set on
192.168.2.11. Has 4 LAN ports for various devices (that can not connect to wifi, so must be connected via wire). All connected devices get address from
Client  is connected to WIFI network of router  on static address:
192.168.0.201 (outside of DHCP range). Default gateway is set to
192.168.0.11 (i.e. device ). DNS is
192.168.1.1 (i.e. device ).
Every network (
192.168.2.*) works fine with connected devices. However, I would like to be able to see devices between these networks. Even one directional access would be fine (from  to ).
How to join these two networks?
I tried various things, mostly by adding static routes. For example, I've added a static route on router  with the following params:
- destination ip/mask:
192.168.0.201(the address of  in wifi network of )
But that didn't work.
Any ideas (without just existing devices)?
EDIT: I must have device  as I don't want to run wires through the whole house.