|08 Jul 2013||#1|
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Cross-connect two wifi networks?
I recently set up a doggy cam using an IP pan/tilt camera. I used a small TPLink router/access point to keep it separate from my main home network and it all works fine. In my Network and Sharing center it shows two available wifi, "home" and "doggy."
Currently I disconnect from the "home" wifi and connect to "doggy" to see what's going on with the dogs. I would like to have both connections active, but I do not want the "doggy" system to have access to or from the Internet and that's why I disconnect "home" before connecting to "doggy."
Is there some way I can have both connected, but prevent the "doggy" system from accessing the Internet as the camera keeps trying to connect for some reason?
Probably calling home or something, but I don't need nor want that. It works fine without Internet connection so I don't see why it should be calling home when it has one.
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