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Bridging two networks for only a few devices...

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I’m working with a station whose internal network is on a simple 192.168.1.X scheme. We'll call this Network A.
However, there is another network (Network B) in the same building (same room even) with a few devices that Network A needs to access. This other network is currently air-gapped and is at a 10.32.13.x scheme.

Is there a device that can securely bridge these networks and translate only the desired devices into 192.168.1 addesses?
For example:
If a device on Network B is at 10.32.13.26 I’d like it to appear on Network 2 as 192.168.1.45. This “mystical device” would ostensibly have a table that would allow me to define each of the translations from one network to the other. Both networks are inside their respective firewalls.
Nov 6 '17 #1
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