Hello, I have a Max Transit Duo in my RV and a BR1 Classic in a small pull-behind trailer. Both routers are setup and working however I am unable to access my trailer IP cameras that are attached to the BR1 from the Max Transit. The BR1 is ‘attached’ to the Transit using Wifi as WAN so I don’t need a cable between the two (great while traveling and when the trailer isn’t directly attached to the RV at a campsite). The Transit has a better cellular data plan, so when my kids are in the trailer, the BR1 pulls data from the Transit instead of using it’s own (lower) data plan.
I could put the BR1 into bridge mode, however it won’t act as a DHCP router for times when the trailer is left alone and the BR1 switches over to a cellular connection (so I can access my IP cameras while I’m away).
I tried FusionHub (I have a 5-license Essential pack) and meshed them all together, but FusionHub won’t connect while the BR1 is ‘attached’ to the Transit using Wifi as WAN (probably too many connection hops in the system, or you can’t have a FusionHub stacked behind another FusionHub). I even turned off encryption to see if that would help, but no luck.
Does anyone have any suggestions on gaining access to my BR1 cameras from my Max Transit?
RV: Max Transit Due using 192.168.50.1 as a DHCP server
Trailer: Max BR1 using 192.168.57.157 as a DHCP server
FusionHub: hosted on Vultr with a fixed public IP address that will only connect to the Max Transit since it can’t see the Max BR1 while it is connected to the Max Transit via Wifi as a WAN.