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Google Nest Wifi Pro Network

obriendd1001
Community Member

I have a wired network with my AT&T router and ISP with its own DHCP capabilities and local/internal IP addressing scheme.  (192.168.1.1-250.)

Connected to the AT&T router for internet, I just added Google Nest Wifi Pro with its own DHCP capabilities and which has its own IP addressing scheme (182.168.86.1-250), which is obviously different than the wired network.

How do I connect the two networks together so that devices and printers on one of the networks can see devices and print to printers on the other?  Thank you.

 

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David_K
Platinum Product Expert
Platinum Product Expert

The way to resolve this is to put your AT&T router in IP Passthrough mode. Once done, only connect your devices to Nest Wifi and not to your AT&T router.

Configuring IP Passthrough and DMZplus - AT&T Business AT&T Internet Customer Support