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Good days everyday. I am a newbie networking. I just have a question.

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The diagram above simplify my network setting. They are all in same location. Is there a way to connect from 192.168.0.XXX to 192.168.1.XXX network?

Second question, let say there is a incoming connection from 192.168.1.XXX, how can I route to 192.168.0.XXX network? Thank you all, much appericate.

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Don't bridge - with a bridge, both networks become one, the DHCP servers will interfere, there's no security etc. Routers route between networks.

If you can throw a cable the simplest approach is to connect the two routers (using a dedicated subnet, preferably /31) and set up either static routes or a routing protocol like OSPF.

If you need to connect them across the Internet you'll need a site-to-site VPN link/tunnel - see Ron's answer for an example.

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You can configure a VPN to connect your two routers over the Internet. In this way, one side can route traffic to the other.

You can see an example here.

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