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Hi all,

     I tried to configure two RV042 working together.

Host1: 192.168.11.100/24     Gateway: 192.168.11.1

Host2: 192.168.13.100/24     Gateway: 192.168.13.1

Router1: 

LAN: 192.168.12.1/24

WAN: 192.168.11.1     Gateway : 0.0.0.0

Router2:

LAN: 192.168.13.1/24

WAN: 192.168.12.3     Gateway: 192.168.12.1

I 've added static routing into:

Router 1

dest: 192.168.13.0     Mask: 255.255.255.0     GW: 192.168.12.3     Interface:LAN    Hop:1

Host1 <->WAN1

                     |

               Router1

                     |

                  LAN       <->       WAN1

                                                  |

                                             Router2

                                                   |

                                                LAN        <->  Host2

WAN2 of both Router1 and Router2 are unused (unplugged).

However, the Host2 can never ping to Host1. So as to Host1.

What 's wrong with my setting?

Should I need to configure the protocol binding for all the traffic to the WAN1?

Thanks

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Greg,

Also make sure you're on the latest firmware.

Looks like from the above configuration all you need to do is add firewall rules to allow inbound traffic from source to destination. Now you should be able to ping through from host 1 to host 2.

If you need further support give us a call @ 1-866-606-1866 and open a support case.

hope this helps,

Jasbryan

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Hi Jasbryan,

    Thanks for your suggestion. I 've solved this problem by some workarounds.

I find a very curious situation:

If there is a Host3 which is located between the router2 WAN and the Router1 LAN (it is actually being plugged to the router2 LAN), Host3 itself can ping to Host 1 and Host 2. However, Host1 and Host2 can never ping to each other. This phenomenon is only under the situation that the Router 2 WAN ip is 192.168.12.5. If I change the IP to others such as 12.1, 12.2, 12.3... , the setting then works.

I don't why this will happen but I am sure the ip 192.168.12.5 is an unique address in my setting and it causes no conflict.

Thanks,

Gregory

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