I'm trying to get a network setup with three routers, and three DHCP servers. Sounds silly, but if I can get it to work, I can eliminate a lot of re-wiring, etc in the building.
I have a modem/router A with an active DHCP server ip 10.1.10.1 I have a router B with ip address 10.1.10.10 and a dhcp server distributing 192.168.0.100-250 I have a router C with ip address 10.1.10.11 and a dhcp server distributing 192.168.1.100-250 (So B is connected to A, and C is connected to A)
I don't mind having the networks on Router B and C separate (C is in the office, so it's actually kind of nice being on a different network) but the printer is on B, and it would be nice to be able to print to it from a device on A. Basically, I want the 192.168.0.1 router to communicate with the 192.168.1.1 router.
The only reason I haven't set them both up as access points is because on B, I have a Raspberry Pi on a TV which needs a reserved address to be able to use the XBMC remote for it, which Modem/Router A cannot do.
Both B and C need to be connected to A (for internet), and wiring B to C is not possible (they're on two opposite sides of a building with no clear way to wire it without ripping up walls).
I've been playing with static routes, but I'm failing miserably. Is that even the way to go?