Because I do not find the correct question that I can ask google, due to the lack of terminology. I'm trying to ask it here. Please have patience.
How to connect to devices that have a the same ip address 192.168.1.1. Clearly this is not possible because a IP address needs to be unique.
Which setup do I need, in order to access multiple devices that have the same id.
The idea that I have so far is to use a managed switch that maps the IP address 192.168.2.n to 192.168.1.1
Image of Routing Overview: Image of Routing Overview
If a setup like the image above suggests could be achived, then could you please guide me to how to set it up. Also I'm very thankful if you could provide me with the right terminology of what I'm trying to achive.
Like: Connect two Vlan from port 1 to Port2 with a bridge ....
The Author of the post above suggested: The managed switch is setup so that each port is vlan'd into its own untagged vlan and all of those vlans are tagged on the port connected to the PC. What does it mean, can you explain further?
Your help is highly appreciated.
PS: What I really trying to achieve is to automate the installment of software on a Linux device that by default comes with a default IP address of 192.168.1.1. Detect the connected device on the network ssh into it and install & configure the software.