To give better wireless coverage I've pressed into service an unloved cable router, connected via CAT5e from the main router. It does the business and in actual fact wired devices are also connected to this "remote" router. The primary LAN is 192.168.79.xxx with those devices connected to the "remote" router being allocated IP address in the range 192.168.82.xxx.
The primary router sees the remote router as 192.168.79.17 so it is possible to login to the remote router using that IP address and view the DHCP table.
Let as say a CCTV device is connected to the remote router and is allocated the IP address of 192.168.82.12. Now from a computer on the primary LAN with an IP address of 192.168.79.27 I am seeking a method of logging onto the CCTV device. Obviously no problem if the computer was connected to the '82' LAN but I can't work out the syntax to use from the '79' LAN.
Am I trying to do something that is not possible or is there a solution that I can adopt? Yes I could make the two LANs both use192.168.79.xxx but I prefer not to do that unless absolutely essential to do so.
With many thanks for any responses received.