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Unable to communicate with device behind wifi client

Good afternoon everyone,

First of all, my question isn't cisco related, is only networking related. I have installed wifi in big house. There was request to connect device in garage, where isn't UTP cable installed, but reaches that place. My solution was to buy cheap tp link 841nd and set it up as wireless client and connect device in garage to it. Wireless router at network perimeter has 10.0.0.138, this TP-LINK has 10.0.0.245. Device connected behind TP Link has 10.0.0.246. Below is shown basic network diagram:

10.0.0.246---------UTP cable---------10.0.0.245 ) ) ) ) ) ) ) wifi ) ) ) ) ) ) 10.0.0.138---------ISP

My problem is, that any client connected to wifi cannot ping 10.0.0.246. What I've done wrong? ARPs aren't going through that TP-Link? This setup was working like a charm with another wifi client (not TP-Link).

Thanks for any advice,

Standa

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I forgot to mention that pings from any wifi client to 10.0.0.245 are working correctly.

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