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Problem Communicating bidirectionally bewteen the two RVS4000 routers

Initial setup with Router2 connected to the cable modem with WAN=56.xx.xx.xx worked well. When second RVS router, Router1, introduced for an ecommerce application, communication between the routers does not work. Also, the 192.168.1.0 subnet is not able to access the Internet nor remote connections able to reach destination in this subnet.

Any help will be much appreciated in resolving this problem.

Please see information below pertaining to my network.

Internet

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Cable Modem

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WAN=56.xx.xx.xx (static IP)

[RVS4000 Router1 set as Gateway] ----------> DMZ=192.168.2.14[Apache]

LAN=192.168.2.2

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WAN=192.168.2.3

[RVS4000 Router2 set as Router]

LAN=192.168.1.1

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Subnet=192.168.1.x

Includes Windows server issuing DHCP, other

Windows application servers and Workgroup PC's

On Router1 Static Routing

Destination IP 192.168.1.0

Mask 255.255.255.0

Gateway 192.168.2.2

Hop Count 2

On Router2 Static Routing

Destination IP 192.168.2.0

Mask 255.255.255.0

Gateway 192.168.2.2

Hop Count 2

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Re: Problem Communicating bidirectionally bewteen the two RVS400

Hello Chris,

I've never worked with RVS, however some notes follow and should apply:

R2 should have a default route pointing to R1 ip next-hop address

R1 may need to extend the NAT definition to include R2's client subnet before passing traffic to cable modem router

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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