I have a doubt concerning the segmentation of the wireless devices.
I used to use the non wireless R2 for my projects, the connection schema was the following:
PC ------- > NTRON switch -------- > SNAP-PAC-R2 (Ethernet 1)
|--------> G-70 or G-72 Optoterminal.
I use the PC - NTRON link, to collect data from the PAC using datalink and to download programs to the PAC and the Optoterminal device.
Since I want to reduce the number of wires, and want to create a wireless connection to collect data from the PAC, (in order to make my test benches more mobile), thi is how I am connecting now:
PC )))))) wireless link )))))) (WLAN) SNAP-PAC-R2-W -- Ethernet 1 -- G70
PC )))))) wireless link )))))) (WLAN) SNAP-PAC-R2-W -- Ethernet 1 -- NTRON - G70
My intention is to use the wireless link to be able to collect data... and also to download software to the PAC or the G70.
But since both networks must be in different segments, I set my PAC WLAN with IP: 192.168.2.240.
I set my Ethernet 1: 192.168.2.240
My G70 is: 220.127.116.11
I dont know if it is possible to download software to the G70 via WLAN. Is there a way to link the wifi lan to the ethernet 1? So, Can I connect the computer to the same Wireless network as the PAC, and download software to other devices connected through Ethernet 1?. Like making WLAN some kind of gateway or something?
I hope I was clear enough.