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Can I port forward from one router to another?

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First of all, home routers have firewalls built into them, so to do what you need to do, you have to understand what ports need to be opened, in each direction, and make those changes to each firewall. Further, keep in mind that most home routers are not meant to be lan-to-lan routers, so you sometimes cannot make this work since you may need to create static routes between networks.

The best plan is to reconfigure the N-150 to be an Access Point (AP). An AP is a mac-layer bridge, so that your network can all be one big happy subnet, so things like printing and file sharing work.