This is the last posting in a trilogy about adding a second router to a Local Area Network to provide an additional layer of protection for high value computers.
The first thing I noticed after setting up a network as described in the previous posting was that a newly protected computer, plugged into the second router just worked. All the hard work is in configuring the new router. Any computer using DHCP, which is the norm, shouldn't need any changes to enable the additional protection.
One side effect of the new LAN segregation is remote control. On the network … Read more