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WolfX2

Connect one router to another and still see devices.

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Have a bit of an interesting problem, a visual is given. Essentially i'm connecting a router to what i assume to be another router and a server [A], which i do not have access to. I need computer [E] to be able to see the printer [D], which is shared on computer [C], or any other devices connected to A. I have credentials to login to the domain. Router is a Linksys (EA4500), what do?

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What are the IP addresses and netmasks? If B is doing NAT but C has a routable address then you might be able to connect to it, but if A is doing NAT then you're probably out of luck...

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