Hello there. First of all, my english are bad, dont flame me
Ok, I have a problem routing/bridging a network.
First of all, I have a real/public ip subnet, lets say I have the 10.0.0.0/24
I have 2 places. One having about the 140 ips and another one the rest of them. The two places are connecting wirelessly with 2 mikrotik routers (both with one wlan interface and one ethernet). And the network is about confusing (eg, the router is the ip 251 and it is in the place with the many ips, the small store has the ips .5, .6, ... 32.. etc, anyway its NOT in any order)
Thats ok till now everything working ok(not all).
The problem: One network CANT see the other (locally).
I think because of the subnets, both networks using the same subnet 255.255.255.0 and I believe thats why both routers think that all ips are in the same network (am I correct?) and routing/bridging cannot be done.
A friend told me that I can separate the places in subnets eg, 2 subnets of 255.255.255.128 but this cannot be done because of 2 reasons.
First, the ips are not in order (the first can be at the a store with eg 251 and the .4 is with 150 in the same place and so on...)
Second, I cannot shutdown the network at all (neither for 1 minute)
to change the ips and make this happen.
I tried to make a bridge between ether1 and wlan1 with mikrotik but didnt work either.
Any solutions for this to work ?
Please remember that I cannot shutdown the network or any pc for a big time and I cannot change configs of about 200 computers.
Thanks in advance,