Home networking question. I have two routers; a Belkin and an Apple. These two are set up with two different IP addresses (10.2.0.1 or something for the Apple, 192.168.0.1 or something for the other). I am trying to set up a sort of home network where I can wirelessly connect to the Belkin (which is directly plugged into the Apple) and access a computer (namely shared folders and iTunes libraries) that is wirelessly connected to the Apple.
My question is, can I set my Belkin IP address to something like 10.2.0.2? Will this solve all of my issues?
Second, more brief question, when the two computers are connected to the same network, I can always access the shared folders but can access the iTunes library for only a minute or two before it disappears. Any recommendations on this? Both comps are running W7
Thank you. I feel I have grasped a lot of information in networking in the past year, and think this will solve the problem... but I am not sure.