I have a wifi home-network setup. I have a linux server, and couple of linux devices, but most of the others in my home use windows computers.
My 'use case' seems simple enough to me, but may require explanation. I have two wifi-routers, thus two wifi networks.
wifi-1 (wifi router #1) is my standard connection. wifi-2 (wifi router #2) is used for VPN connection.
Right now, wifi-2 (internal ip = 192.168.1.1) is the only wireless device connected to my server. I want to also connect wifi-1 (internal ip = 192.168.0.1) to the server. How do I do this?
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Also, I am NOT seeking to "port forward" either router as I want to keep the two different routers distinct. Some media-streaming services (hulu, netflix) do not allow the use of a VPN connection so I want to be able to choose which wireless network I connect to, but still want access to the home server from both. Another reason I want server access from either device is for network-printing. Wireless printers can only connect to one wireless network. I want my printers managed by the server and accessible whether I am on wifi-1 or wifi-2. Lastly, not sure if this is necessary info, but one of my routers (wifi-1) is actually a modem/router combo. So for internet access I have only the two devices. Router #2 is plugged into my server via ethernet cable. Router #2 is also plugged into one of the out ports on Router #1.
INTERNET FEED ---> ROUTER #1 <-----> ROUTER #2 ---> SERVER