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I'm having a problem viewing devices on my home network. To better explain I created this diagram of my Home Network below.I have a Cisco VPN Router and connected to that I have a Netgear WRN 1000v2 Router & Linksys WRT54G2v1 Router. I used to have my home network connected to only one router and I was able to see and connected to other devices. Now my networks are separated, I think it has something to do with subnet masking and the IP addresses on the routers.

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I have two separate network with their own internet access as shown below I want to keep all setting of the left network unchanged. I can change the IPs and setting of the right side network.I want to be able to access all devices of the two network from my computer but in the same time the two network work as usual with no problems ( the same when they are sperate).One option is to set the LAN of modem 2 to and connect one of the LAN port to LAN port of the Mkrotik router. Set the WAN of my private home router as

subnet mask:
Home router LAN:

Is their another method to connect the two network and keep the same setting for the network on the left side?

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