Here's one for you guys.
I've got a Router setup which is my main connection - i live in Cambodia - so this connection drops offten. (several times a day)
I've a second router which i've connected to this router via lan (dhcp), which also has a backup 3G dongle - which it will fail over to when the wan is down.
They are both on different networks (192.168.1 and .2) - and both have dhcp on. and different ssids
I can connect to the secondary router (with the 3g Background) - with no problem - but can't connected to the main router over wifi for some reason - excsiting clients that are connected are fine.
Im guessing its because i've got 2 dhcp servers running - but ive tried disabling one and not the other - but being a complete noob - i'm not getting too far. as i'm not quite sure what im doing
Any idea what the best way to set this up? If i bridge them, then the second router won't fall back to the 3g (im guessing)
The reason why i'd like to seperate the 2 networks - is so that the any clients connected to the main router - won't use the 3g connection (as data costs is expensive) - so i'd like to select only a couple of computers to be able to use this router.
If someone can point me into the right direction i'd be most grateful.