I am attempting to have two computers communicate within a network that has three routers with 3 different IP ranges.
We have an internet connection coming in at the main building, with the range of the main building being 192.168.0.xxx, and then the two secondary buildings have their own ranges, 192.168.1.xxx, and 192.168.2.xxx.
Each building currently has internet access, but does not see computers in the other ranges, or allow ping, or other access.
I am trying to allow the computers within the 192.168.1.xxx range to access the 192.168.0.xxx range, and vice versa. I am sure this is possible, but not sure how to get it up and working.
I have looked into static routes, but can't get them working. I have looked at "dual-homing" using the DNS of the computer to add in the second network, and couldn't get it to work either.
I have found another option of changing the subnet mask to a /16 to solve the problem, however I am not convinced that it will work either.
Does anyone have a suggestion to solve this problem?
EG -> R -> 192.168.1.xxx / WWW -> M -> R(192.168.0.xxx) -> S -> EG -> < \ EG -> R -> 192.168.2.xxx M-Modem R-Router S-Switch EG-Engenius Wireless Bridge, used to share network wireless between multiple buildings.