Hello, I'm looking for a solution regarding an issue on my small home network. Let me try to explain: My home network is composed of one modem/wireless (fiber optic 1 Gigabit connection) router provided by the ISP, one additional wireless router (ASUS RT AC-3200), and TP Link Powerline Adapters with wireless and Ethernet connections. TV, network streamer, console, PC, laptop, wireless devices are the clients. TV, network streamer, laptop are on different floor and use TP Link powerline adapters through Ethernet and wireless connections. In the current setup, ISP router is acting as bridge (actually there's no such mode, through WAN out port, it's connected to ASUS through WAN in port; UPnP and DHCP are turned on, Port Mapping, DMZ, DLNA and wireless are turned off). On ASUS DHCP, NAT, UPnP, Network Sharing (Samba) and wireless turned on, DMZ is turned off. Powerline is connected to ASUS. Also there are two usb drives with media content attached to ASUS. ISP router's IP address address ranges from [192.168.1.50](https://192.168.1.50) to 192.168.1.250, while ASUS' IP addresses range from [192.168.2.1](https://192.168.2.1) to [192.168.2.254](https://192.168.2.254) Since ASUS needs to handle everything under this setup, it causes overall low connection speeds. What I want to do is to let the ISP router handle Powerline connection and ASUS to carry out wireless and DLNA tasks. However, when I connect powerline adapter into the ISP router, TV, for example will not access ASUS router USB drives as they are on different subnet (sorry if I use wrong terminology). So, is it possible to create one network/subnet/IP address set, using both routers so that any device access anywhere (USB drives etc) on the network, if yes, how would be the configuration of the routers? Thank you in advance for your suggestions and help.