|Ok I got that part figured out. I used the dd-wrt on router b. set the ip as 192.168.1.2. configured the wireless as client bridge and set the wireless settings exactly the same as router a. everything works great. im connected to the server and I can access the cameras from router a and the server.|
Excellent, I'm glad you were able to get that working.
I can ping the cameras and the server and it replys just fine but I cant connect to anything. what am I doing wrong here??
That's a good question. From what I can see, you have everything hooked up correctly and it should work.
The first thing I would do is open a command prompt window on a client connected to router C and do an ipconfig /all
Compare the settings on that PC to one connected directly to router A and see if there are any differences. If there are, then clients on C aren't getting DHCP from router A.
From within the management interface of router 3 you should be able to run basic ping tests for connectivity. You may have a simple misconfiguration on the LAN side of it so check that too.
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