Today the church internet went down. After chasing the problem down and even buying a new 16 plug switcher. We came to the conclusion that it's the wire that runs underground between buildings. The rain we got here the past few weeks was a lot. Flooding etc. So we now think and are pretty sure the network wire which is threaded through piping got wet and shorted out. It happened once before and they were supposed to fix it from happening again.
Anyway, for temporary purposes we are going to go wireless. The question is this. We have a couple of wireless routers, is there a way to make one talk to the other to connect the two networks back up?
Here's a brief description of how I want to set it up. Building A has the incoming internet. Building b no longer gets it because of a bad underground wire. We want to hook back up building B using wireless until they figure out what to do. So if I take a wireless router and set it up in building A, then another in building B. And there will be no computers hooked up directly to either one. Only in the network. Now can I make one router talk to the other to make the connection? Or do I need to get some type of router on the other end that is different to receive and send for building B?
And if anyone knows of a good link to look into how to do this would be great. Now my logic is that it I leave the router in building B with no incoming network wire, only out going. It would default to finding a internet source through the wireless part. But I also think I'm in a feild of dreams if it were that easy LOL.