I have two lans connected by 2 routers cisco 1603 using a wan connection (line CDN Telecom, Italy, at 256 kbps).
Now the ip address of the lans are 192.168.10.x for computers in the first lan and 192.168.11.x for PCs in the second one. The packets routing is garanteed by the cisco routers.
I've connecteed by cisco aironet bridge the 2 lans and the radio link is ok, but computers from the first lan can't see computers in the second lan because of different ip address class.
How could I connect these two lans without change ip address (obviously if I put every computer ip address in the same class (eg. 192.168.10.x) all is ok) and without buy routers with 2 ethernet port (very expensive!).
Can cisco aironet brigde route packets from a lan to the other or I need new hardware?
Bridges are Layer 2 devices. Either you change all the addresses on one side to match the other or you will have to use a layer 3 device ( router or layer 3 switch ) as gateway. Quite frankly I don't see any other options.
could not a "router on a stick" solution work using VLANS for each of your LANs, and a VLAN for your radios? More complicated than readdressing the LANs but, depending on the work involved in readdressing, may save time and effort.
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