In my Office, we have a network domain. On this network, we have a router that is connected from the network to the router using Ethernet (duh). My raspberry pi 3 A+ is connected using WiFi to this router. Now when I go on my computer which is also connected to the network using Ethernet (not thru the router just the office network domain), I can't ssh into the pi.
The raspberry pi gets a 192.168.x.x IP from the router but I know that when i connect using putty to the pi, I can't use that IP. It has it's own internal network. I tried looking into port forwarding to see if that would allow me to connect to the pi but I haven't had any luck (ssh using router ip with raspberry pi port). I am able to ping the router from my computer, its just I have no idea how to make the router pass the information to the pi.
|NETWORK| --ETHERNET--> |ROUTER| --WIFI--> |RasperryPI|
|NETWORK| --ETHERNET--> |PC| -----SSH??----------------^
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!