Bridging routers together to print?
Router ONE is connected directly to the Internet and the printer is also connected to router ONE providing wireless printing anywhere in the house with my laptop.
Router TWO is connected (by cat5 cable) directly to router ONE providing wireless Internet service to an outside building (billiard room). Wireless Internet from router TWO is great but my laptop cannot see the printer if I try to print using router TWO. I can never see the printer from router Two which is directly connected to router ONE.
I need to bridge these routers together I am told, both are Cisco routers N and G. What is bridging and how is that done. Can this be done?