Wireless issues in setting up an automatic download for a train system
I have been tasked to get a project back on track for a train locomotive system that has been installed, The system purpose is to automatically download logs from the train to a SFTP (SSH) Server once the train is in the vicinity of a Access Point.
The layout of the system is
I can connect up with a laptop and copy a file to the SFTP Server.
However the loco is unable to connect to the SFTP server.
I can see the 3201 connect to the AP
Tue Jul 24 07:45:38 2012
Client Authenticated: MAC Address:c8:4c:75:f6:8e:1e base Radio MAC:10:8c:cf:11:2e:80 Slot: 0 User Name:FMG_000002-CMU IP Addr:10.10.9.3 SSID:LocoCOMM
Internet: Destination Gateway Flags default 10.11.167.1 UG 10.10.9.0 link#2 U 10.10.9.2 70:58:12:21:1e:e6 UH 10.10.9.3 00:24:97:dd:a8:50 UH 10.11.167.0 link#2 U 10.11.167.1 link#2 UH 127.0.0.1 127.0.0.1 UH 184.108.40.206 link#2 U /# cat /etc/resolv.confnameserver 10.11.167.10
/# ping -n 10.11.167.10PING 10.11.167.10 (10.11.167.10): 56 data bytes ping: sendto: Host is down ping: sendto: Host is down ping: sendto: Host is down
----10.11.167.10 PING Statistics---- 10 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100% packet loss /# ping -n 10.11.167.10 PING 10.11.167.11 (10.11.167.11): 56 data bytes ping: sendto: Host is down ping: sendto: Host is down ping: sendto: Host is down
My question is, should the Cisco 3201 IP be in the same subnet as the AP and why I cannot see the Alias address on the CMU if the Cisco 3201 is in bridge mode