2 subnets communication on RVS4000

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Oct 11th, 2009
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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).


192.168.1.xxx (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
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You will need to set up a NAT pool.


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 as non-routable ip address space.

Hope that helps.


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