How to combine multiple networks into one?

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by comprocket, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. comprocket

    comprocket Guest

    Here is what I have setup at my home. It works great for internet
    sharing, but I want to be able to move files across every computer
    rather than just among computers on the same router.

    Here is my setup

    DSL Model (Asante Equipment)
    Asante FR3004LC Router
    Asante FS5008 Switch
    D-Link DI-614+ (wireless) (Upstairs)
    D-Link DI-524 (wireless) (Basement)

    We have our house wired so that the DSL comes in and is immediatly at
    the Modem, which is connected directly to the Asante Router which is
    connected to the Switch.

    Then the other 2 routers are hardwired to the Asante Router (I think
    they go to the router, not the switch).

    What I want is to be able to set up everything to be used as 1 single
    network. I want to be able to move seamlessly from one wireless
    network to the next without being on a new network. Currently I have 2
    wireless networks (upstairs and downstairs) and computers on upstairs
    cannot see those on downstairs, and those on upstairs network cannot
    see downstairs, and those wired into the Asante router are hit or miss.

    I also have a real nice HP OfficeJet 7410 All-In-One with wireless
    capabilities and can only use it on computers connected to the same
    wireless router as the printer is.

    This is real real real annoying and I want to configure them all to
    work together! Please help me!
     
    comprocket, Feb 21, 2006
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