Previously, I wrote about using a second router to provide additional protection to high-value computers--specifically, to protect computers used by adults from those used by children on a shared Local Area Network (LAN).
That article was mostly conceptual, this one covers the nitty-gritty technical details.
First, the good news. Adding a second router has no effect on the first router and no effect on the untrusted (kids) computers. Each is blissfully ignorant of the following changes.
In describing the steps, the existing/first router will be referred to as the kids router since the untrusted kids computers connect to it. … Read more