Question What is going wrong with my subnet?

Jul 11, 2019
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Sorry about the vague subject line.

I have a main network, 192.168.1.0 provided internet by a modem from my ISP and a wireless router. I then have a WAP(192.168.1.2) connected to a cisco 1921(don't ask why.) The 1921 gets an address via dhcp from 192.168.1.1 and provides subnet 192.168.2.0 to my PC.
My PC is connected to the cisco, however cannot even communicate with the WAP. Could anyone see issue with my topology?
 
Because a 1921 is a actual router and understands multiple subnet consumer equipment is better called a gateway it understand only 1 single lan subnet that it converts to single wan ip.

The main network does not know where 192.168.2.x is. You have to run a NAT on the 1921 to hide this second network.
 

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