Here is my story: I have 3 routers:
- Router 0: UPVEL UR-315BN (faulty and has weak Wi-Fi signal) is located in a store room. (I can't use its Wi-Fi except in the range of 3-4 meters. Currently, the Wi-Fi is off, and I don't plan to use it). It is plugged with my ISP ethernet cable.
- Router A: Asus RT-N66U is connected with UPVEL by DC powerline. It has one USB that I want to use with HDD, streaming movies to Smart TVs through DLNA.
- Router B: Asus RT-N53 is connected with UPVEL by ethernet connection.
These two letter routers has no possible wired connection (they are situated in two opposite ends of my flat).
I want to set up this network to, for example, stream movies from router A to TVs connected to the router B, or, to send (over Apple's AirPrint (Bonjour service)) documents with iPad connected to the B router to printer, connected to the router A. I'm sorry, but it seems that I can't post more than 2 links. And yes, I googled this problem, but I could not find any solution for my configuration and my limits (Router A and B can't be connected with cable).