I currently live in Brazil, but I use VPN to access some US-only services. I don't want to use my computer for that since it forces me to route the connection on my Apple TV, XBox through my Mac, which is not the best use case for me.
So, here is what I thought of doing.
A - connect my simple router (Edimax 3g/6200) to my ISP and make it serve a wireless network called "mynetwork-brazil".
B - connect a second router (WRT54G with DD WRT), plug it's Internet Port on one of the ports of Router A and configure it to make the OpenVPN connection to StrongVPN. This should create a new wireless network called "mynetwork-usa".
This way, I can connect different devices to different networks depending on my need to use VPN.
Here is where I got so far:
Router A is completely configured and works as I expect. Router B is already configured for OpenVPN, but I can't make it route the internet traffic through router A. Seems like I can't get them on the same network.
Router A is configured to be IP 192.168.2.1 and is a DHCP server assigning IPs from .2 to .99
Router B is configured to be IP 192.168.2.200 and use gateway 192.168.2.1. It is also a DHCP server assigning IPs from 192.168.2.201 to 192.168.2.240
When I connect devices to Router B, they can't see any computer or device on Router A. They can't even ping Router A directly.
I am clearly missing something in order to link the 2 networks? Can anyone help?