HI to all!
I need of you help to know where can I find guides/info/post/examples about how to set a dedicated link for my RV082. Let me explain to you my issue:
This link is a frame relay that provides connection to SAP and other services in http outside internet, the link is plugged without additional settings to a LAN port of the RV082 and this link does not provide Internet nor email. For users to access to this link at this moment they change the IP address of their machines from the automatic DHCP option to any address of the dedicated link network plus the default gateway of the link when they need to access the SAP and other services and later change again to automatic DHCP when finish consulting SAP.
By other side the internet is provided by a cablemodem and a DSL that are using WAN1 and WAN2 ports.
What I need to do?: that my users can access the link and the internet at the same time without changing IP address or adding routing tables on the Pc's nor don't provoke failures on internet browsing avoiding that Pc's looks internet or send emails by dedicated link. I have no idea about the correct set on the router to ccomplish this. How can you help me?! Is possible with RV082 do this?
I cannot guess what "All suggestions have not worked" really means.
The "two-sided configuration" works, I'm sure of that, there's nothing unusual in that type of configuration. My guess is that the other side doesn't want to set static routes on their gateway, or it was not even tryied.
The "one-sided configuration" is tricky and has to be precise, "variations" only mess things up. I agree that the RV might not be able to do the necessary NATing, in fact an option I've used it to add an inexpensive router that can do the job, and I really mean inexpensive, I'm using a US$25. Motorola with modified firmware (DD-WRT) to do the source NATing on an Intranet (so the other side sees everything comming from the network they assigned us, and I don't have to do any changes on my network, other that setting static routes and configuring the inexpensive router of course).
If you want to close the thread, no problem, that's your choice.