Creating a Trust between two networks on two routers on same floor

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I have two networks -- the first is 192.168.1.1/24 and the other is 192.168.33.1/24. Each network has it own DSL modem/router for Internet connection and are Windows domains (diffrent domain names). The two routers are physically near (50cm) and the two networks are sharing the same floor. I need to create a trust between the two networks, but before I do, I need to make them ping. How can i do that? The Ethernet connection between the two routers? How can it be configured? Thanks!

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You will need to have a device (router/PC) with links to both networks. It will need to be capable of routing between the interfaces and pass the appropriate packets. <a href=”http://www.smoothwall.org”>Smoothwall</a> is a decent opensource router/firewall that can run on a low end machine for this purpose.

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