I had DSL and then signed up for Comcast Cable internet coz it is said that it is really fast (even though can be unreliable sometimes). And then I upgraded from DSL to AT&T U-verse's fiber optics with 6Mbps down and 1Mbps up.
So now some of my PCs are on the Comcast network hooked up to the Linksys wireless router, and some PCs / notebook / Mac are connected to the AT&T U-verse fiber optics that has a wireless router provided with the service.
So it became very hard to access files between these two networks. If I want to read a file that happens to be on another network, I may need to connect to a different wireless... or unplug the cable from one router to another...
the same is true if i want to SVN commit some files. If the PC is not on that network, then I either need to find out the SVN's PC's IP address, or connect to a different network.
So is there a way to make it easier? There is a PC that has both a LAN card and a wireless card. So that computer might be able to connect to both networks and pass data around?