Don't know exactly how to word all of this. I am basically trying to connect my small LAN/HTPC PC to our home router so that my PS3/360 can stream movies off of it without letting the PC connect to the Internet.
I live out in the country (horrible for a tech guy) and my home Internet is using Verizon's HomeFusion 4G Broadband. My mother and little brother use this for their needs, but has a 10GB cap. I use my iPhone 5 as a hotspot (unlimited data). I want to be able to connect my LAN/HTPC to the router for the ability to stream all my movies to the PS3/360 downstairs, but I do not want the PC to connect to the Internet.
Is there a way to set this up? I have a Netgear WNR2000 v3 with DD-WRT installed on it, but not being used. I also want to be able to connect my main gaming rig to the LAN/HTPC for transferring files between the two.
Example of how I want everything to work:
I want to rip and encode the movies on my gaming rig. Once that is down, I want to transfer the files over to the LAN/HTPC (preferably via Ethernet). I do not want either of these computers accessing the Internet through the HomeFusion router (due to the data cap). The LAN/HTPC has a WiFi card installed, and both computers sit in my room upstairs. The PS3 is connected downstairs to the HomeFusion router for game updates and stuff like that. I want to use the HomeFusion router as a hub between the LAN/HTPC and PS3.
I don't know if its possible to do so, or how to do it. If anyone could help me out, that would be great!