2 subnets communication on RVS4000

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Oct 11th, 2009

Hello everybody,

I am trying to setup a basic network for my new company. I have two sets of subnets which I would like to communicate to each other through my Linksys RVS4000 (enable VPN later).

129.200.99.xxx

255.255.255.129

192.168.1.xxx

255.255.255.0 (this subnet mask be changed, if it will solve the problem)

How can I configure the RVS4000 so any pc with 192.168.1.xxx can communicate with my computers with 129.200.99.xxx?

Thanks in advance!

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tprendergast Wed, 10/14/2009 - 15:28

You will need to set up a NAT pool.

Example:

192.168.1.xxx (inside network) --> rvs4000 --> internet --> 129.200.99.xxx

At the rvs4000 hop, the device will need to do NAT translation from a set of static NAT entries or a NAT Pool/PAT. This means it changes 192.168.1.xxx into some address on the outside interface of your device, making it internet routable.

RFC1918 includes 192.168.0.0/16 as non-routable ip address space.

Hope that helps.

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