I have an ISP router delivering Internet to home.
This is the DHCP, 192.168.1.1, delivering adresses from 192.168.1.10 to 192.168.1.50.
I'm using the AP500 in bridge mode to relay the Wifi signal that does not come strong enough through walls. It has a static IP (192.168.1.28)
There, I have an Amazon FireTV that connects to the bridge but does not get the Internet.
The AP500 emits its own WiFi SSID.
If the DHCP is turned off on the AP500, then the FireTv connects, but does not get any IP address (constantly waiting for the IP).
If the DHCP is turned on on the AP500, (Gateway 192.168.1.28 delivering adresses from 192.168.1.40.to 192.168.1.50), the FireTv is connected and gets an IP from the AP500 (192.168.1.40). However, it still does not get Internet access. FireTv says "connected with troubles". Indeed, it doesn't show up in the list of the network devices from the main DHCP router.
Would you have an idea why the clients connected to the AP500 as a bridge are not seen from the main router?