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by anonymous
I have 2 routers, one at 192.168.0.1, from this a lan cable comes out to the other router on the wan 192.168.0.100, on the second router on the lan I have 192.168.5.1, how do I get all the devices to see each other on the network?.

tengo 2 router uno en el 192.168.0.1  desde este sale un cable de la lan al otro router an la wan 192.168.0.100  en el segundo router por la lan tengo 192.168.5.1 como hago para que todos los equipos se logren ver en la red

Me pueden ayudar. Gracias

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by anonymous

Hello,

Depends on what you exactly need.

Prerequisites:

  • Both devices have to have different LAN IP addresses, RUT1 192.168.0.1 RUT2 192.168.1.1 for example
  • RUT1 LAN <-> RUT2 WAN or vice versa connected via an ethernet cable
The the device will see each other, of the RUT2 you would have to configure firewall rules that would allow connection of specific ports of your choosing