We are running a science and media vessel with a high amount of media devices e.g. IP Cameras, UW Cameras and so on.
However we have two networks runing on the ship
Netwerk 1 (ScienceNet) contains a RUTX12 with 2 SIM Cards and is serving as DHCP in Network 1 (192.168.115.1) this network contains 3 IP Cameras (Axis), Underwater Camera (Ip-based), Printer (WLAN) and 2 to 4 Laptops. The RUTX12 serves also as WLAN Access Point with a normal WLAN and a Guest WLAN both working.
Netwerk 2 (NavigationNet) contains a RUTX08 serving as DHCP in Network 2 (192.168.10.1) this nbetwork contains the main navigation plotter and two additional plotters, the radar, and other safety related equipment.
Although both networks are strictly divided, the NavigatioNet (Network2) likes to have an internet connection. Therefore I managed to set up VLANs on the RUTX12 and I was able to integrate the RUTX12 successfull into the NavigationNet as IP gateway and DNS server at 192.168.10.2. The RUTX08 still works as DHCP.
Now the equioment in the NavigationNet has an internet connection but does not see any other machines from the 192.168.115.0 except the working ping to 192.168.115.1.
The advantage I see or i need is that both networks are working without the other, both have a running DHCP. From the view of the NavigationNetwork Internet and IP-Cameras are not a basic feature/necessary feature and can be dropped in case of an failure.
Well, now my question: i would like to acces the three IP-cameras 192.168.115.50-52 from the ScienceNetwork (integration in LiveStreams) but also from the Navigation network (as navigation help). Especially the view from the mast 15m above the ship can be very helpful!.
Has anybody an intelligent idea for an easy configuration via firewall settings and/or routing how I would be able to access the IP acmeras 192.168.115.50-52 from IP 192.168.10.200-202 (which are my navigation plotters)