Bit of a weird issue, and I'm not quite sure how to explain it, but here goes....
I've just started using three Deco M5 mesh things to increase the house Wi-Fi coverage. One of connected via ethernet to my router, and the others are all wireless to that.
One in the office upstairs has a NAS and a camera connected to it via it's ethernet ports.
I realised that the Mesh system created a new subnet (192.168.68.x). My router - and things connected via ethernet to it - are on 192.168.1.x. This means that I'm finding it hard to communicate with devices across subnets.
For example - I cannot remotely connect to Plex on the NAS as it's on a different subnet to the router. The cameras all connect and record to the NAS as they're on the same subnet.
Any ideas what I can do? I can put the Deco M5s into access point mode, but that means anything connected to them via ethernet (I.e. Cameras and NAS) are not accessible at all.
Anyone encountered this before? Am sure there's a simple answer!