This is sortof an odd situation, and it's not really all that important, but it's starting to annoy me and I want to figure out how to do this.
I have 2 Linksys routers. 1 is wireless G, 1 is wireless B.
The wireless G is mine, the wireless B is my roommates.
Right now, I've got a toshiba cable modem hooked up to the G router, which is plugged into port 4 of the B router.
Wireless G = 192.168.1.1
Wireless B = 192.168.1.2
The wireless B has DHCP turned off. The wireless G has DHCP turned on.
Everything is working fine and dandy.
Here's my issue, and I'm not sure if I need any different networking hardware in order to do this: I want both routers to be on a different network, and still be able to share 1 internet connection with both of them.
Why would I want to do this, you ask? Well.. my roommate and I never see each other due to having complete opposite schedules.. I care about wireless security, he doesn't. I would like my network to have MAC address filtering, encryption, etc. His network is wide open for whatever. I know it all goes back to the same internet connection anyways, I just don't want my stuff being vulnerable just so he can have his wireless internet when he's around.
I know this is kinda stupid, but I just want to know how it would be done... thanks
ps, the wireless G is running the hacked Satori-4.0 v2.07.1.7sv linux firmware