I have a modem from my ISP, with 2 LAN ports and a wireless network. (let's call these network A and wireless network A.)
I bought a TP-link TL-WR1043ND, that has 1 internet port, 4 lan ports, and is able to emit a wireless network. (let's call these network B and wireless network B.)
The ISP modem A has a default wireless network A configured, witch is fine, because I updated the security settings. There's also a device on network A, but those can communicate with each other.
When i add my router B (connect the internet port B to a lan network A port) to the network, it creates another network, with a different subnet, and devices from network A are in WAN. Devices from wireless network B can comunicate to network B, but not to network A or wireless network A.
Is there any way to set my router B to emit wireless network A, and to connect devices in lan ports to network A? I'm basicly trying to have one network emitted by 2 devices, but i can't connect lan A to lan B because i need the wireless settings.