This one should be kind of fun and pretty simple. So I have two seperate networks at an industrial site. I can not technically bridge them for legal reasons (The states property here is not allowed to be connected to the internet). Lets say network A and network B. I have a RB411 on network A that sends out a 900 MHz wireless signal and I want to extend it to a location where network B is the only available network. Network A is physically right next to network B at the 411's location. I want to put another 411 board at the location where I will be extending (via a mesh config) the WLAN.
Here are my initial thoughts:
1) Buy a 433 with 3 eth ports and give eth2 an accessible address on the other network.
2) Use a 750UP I have already on site to connect to both networks but what is the best method for routing between the two?
Any other thoughts you all may have? I know there are many ways to do this. I just want the one that will be the most reliable. I have ample resources for this project so shoot away!