I am attempting to set-up a network on a larger compound. The goal is to have two (2) individual wireless networks and a server connected to the first layer modem/router.
The modem receives internet access through a DSL DHCP MER subscription (no PPoE/PPoA invloved). Currently it is set-up with NAT and DHCP. The modem cannot be replaced. The modem's wireless capability is negated by its location, and so this is turned off.
The server is connected to the modem through LAN port 3 and has a static ip address.
One wireless network is set-up as an access-point (bridged mode), serving as a satellite for guests. It is connected through LAN port 2.
The main wireless network is connected through LAN port 1 to the router's WAN port. The router is an ASUS N56U. The router has a vpn functionality and this functionality is vital, and so the router cannot be set-up as an access-point. The issue is how to set-up this router. Since setting up a second dhcp/nat structure blocks the possibility of using DDNS for the VPN.
- There is only one IP-address going into the compound.
- Setting the modem in bridge mode will only let the main wireless network access internet.
- The modem is an Inteno x5668 device.
To repeat the issue. I need to set-up the main router so that I can access devices on its network through vpn (using DDNS). How do I go about doing this?