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Routing Multiple networks to use one PPPOE connection

Routing Multiple networks to use one PPPOE connection

Routing Multiple networks to use one PPPOE connection

Hi All,

Have a bit of a situation here I am hoping you can help me out with.

Here is the layout.

Network A> (Office Net)
Connected to office net, Office PC, and Wireless AP

Internet access via Bell 2701HG-G configured as a modem only
(wireless and all security turned off) PPPOE auth done with a
Hawking H2BR4 Dual wan 4prt router.

Network B> (cam net)
Connected to cam net, Security servers, IP cameras.
Router linksys befsr41.

Network A> full time access to Internet w/ no need for access to network B.
Network B> needs access to network A's internet connection.

I need suggestions on how to make this work, other than getting a layer 3 managed switch or a second PPPOE connection.

I'm not sure It can be done with this equipment but I need to ask.

Appreciate anybodies help.

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