I have a site with wireless (192.168.0.0) and a wired network (192.168.1.0). Each network has its own DHCP server and other such infrastucture. There is an Ubuntu Linux machine that has a connection to both networks. Can I somehow configure this Linux machine to allow two computers on these separate networks to communicate?
I heard that bridges do not work with wireless hosts. I think I want a NAT but most documentation I have found tries to connect some isolated network to the Internet. I do not need that in this case. I just need one computer from 192.168.0.0 to transfer files to a computer in 192.168.1.0. The must be some simple answer.