|I have recently begun sharing a house and when I moved in I brought my network with me, it is a wired network with several computers on it and it is behind a Netgear FVS318 with IP range 192.168.9.X.|
The people I am living with have DSL and a Actiontec GT704-WG modem which they use for both wired and wireless internet/network. We plan on switching to cable internet this week however so thy will have to give the Actiontec modem back. Their network is and will stay 192.168.0.X.
None of the computers on my network have wireless and I will not be adding it to any of them but there is also no chance of running a cable from their network to mine so I need to grab the internet signal out of the air so that my wired network can be online. I want to keep our networks entirely separate.
Other network gear that I happen to have: Netgear RT311 Router, Netgear WG302 wireless AP that says it functions as a bridge and a Netgear DS108 8 Port 10/100 Hub. In addition I called Time Warner and was told that I can add an additional public IP to the Road Runner connection for $5/m once we get it turned on.
I have very little experience with wireless as I have never been a big fan of it but I will need to use it here so if anyone can recommend a method of doing what I need it would be greatly appreciated. I realize I will need at least one more wireless device but am willing to us any of my existing gear on either my, or their side of the network. They will still need wireless and wired access to the internet/their network for their computers.
I appreciate any advice anyone can give me and I want to keep both our networks completely separate, thank you.