I worked something out in my head, but I am having a hard time putting this into practice.
We own 2 units, both within 100m of each other. Both units have internet connectivity, but there is a single server in 1 of the units that needs to be accessible to people in the other also. VPN/Fibre isnt an option as the speed just isnt there.
What I theorised is as follows
Cisco RV325 in Unit 1, serving the offices there, and hosting the server (192.168.1.x)
Cisco RV345 in Unit 2, serving the offices and workshop (192.168.2.x)
Joining these together, allowing the subnets to talk to each other. I dont NEED subnets, but I imagined this would allow me to keep the internet connectivity seperate. I have read a lot of conflicting reports on whether or not this is possible, so my question is - Is it possible? Am I trying to achieve something that cannot be done?