Lantis wrote:Because that isn't how relayd works.
You need to choose a separate subnet so that it can relay information onto the same subnet.
to be honest, having different subnets give to me a lot of different problems:
1) I cannot control the qos/bandwidth from the main router because if the same laptop/mobile move to the bridge lan it gets a different ip;
2) the port forwarding can't work for the same reason;
3) I had in the past several problems like the other user have: a laptop moving between different subnets doesn't find lan printers and, on the contrary, the scanner didn't find the laptop in the bridge subnet.
Maybe it is not the correct way, but it is more useful.