What I want to do may be pretty simple but I'm not very experienced with networking. I'll use pictures to explain, this is my current setup:
I want to extend my network so that I can add more devices, but because of the physical disposition of my devices I can only do so in the port used by device B of my current setup.
Unfortunately I have services running on device B and I need to persist its LAN IP, which I suppose I can easily do by just forwarding the used ports from the newly added router to the device's new LAN IP?
My first question regarding this setup is is my above statement correct?
My second question is How can devices from the outer (first) network access devices on the inner network?
If device A tries to connect to device D for example, wouldn't looking up 192.168.1.5 fail because the outer router doesn't have such an address?