|Somehow i was expecting that having the Second router connected to the first one (lan 2 wan) and activating DynNAT, i should be able to access Internet 192.168.1.x natted into 192.168.0.x then internet. |
I don't know what DynNAT is. I suspect it's some external online service which won't work when you're talking about joining two LAN subnets. You can't use an external resource like that to join to internal subnets. It just won't work.
What you need is to have the two routers connected and to have a route between them. However, from the sounds of it, the WAN ports on both are being used for external connection which pretty much makes what you want to do impossible. If you were using something a little more robust than SOHO Routers you could do it.
For more in-depth info on how to setup/configure a dual router setup, click on my name above in this response and read my “how-to” guide titled, “Add a second Router to your LAN”
I'm not sure if my guide will help you accomplish your goal, it probably won't since the scenario where you have two separate subnets requires the downstream router to connect to the upstream via it's WAN port.
Just FYI, if you had a 3'd router, you could put it between the two other's and make it work.
For example, we'll make one of your routers "router1" (the one with the internet connection. The other one (the VPN router) you wish to join to it will be "router3" and the new one (the go-between) will be "router2"
Here's the setup:
router1 (LAN Port) >> (WAN Port) router2 (LAN Port) >> (LAN Port) router3
This should work.
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