Two Lans, each with their own Internet access. Each have their own DHCP scope from comcast DLS routers.
I've connected the Comcast router of Lan2 to the Wan1 interface on the RV320.
Port 1 on the RV320 connects to 5 port switch, Port 2 on the RV320 connects to a 5 port switch. (testing network)
Using Router Mode, I can only ping the IP scope from which the IP is from. No internet access, true for both networks. They are still isolated.
Switching to Gateway mode, I can ping Comcast router for the Scope the IP is on and I can reach internet but can not ping any IP of the other network.
Vlan1 is configured to the 192.168.50.3 IP, and Vlan2 is configured to the 192.168.60.3 IP. In Gateway mode, i can ping each of these IP's from the client PC's on either Network. However, i can not ping beyond the routers IP. So from 192.168.50.100, I can ping both 192.168.50.3 and 192.168.60.3 but not 192.168.60.40 (A static IP on windows client machine)
I've tried Static route (192.168.60.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.50.3) from the 192.168.50.3 network but no change.
I've tried Static route (192.168.50.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.60.3) from the 192.168.60.3 network but no change.
I know I'm missing something very basic.
troubleshooting, i did a reset on the router, disconnected the 2nd lan and ran setup.
I plugged the Comcast router into Wan1 and a PC into port 1.
I configured DHCP on Vlan 1 (192.168.1.1 by default) and let the PC grab the IP.
This basic configuration would not work in "router mode" but does work in "gateway mode".
You originally posted this in the Network Infrastructure forum for LAN Switching. This forum is more oriented to IOS based routers and switches. Since you are asking about an RV320 I believe that the Small Business forum for Routers is more appropriate and I have moved the post to that forum. I hope this will result in getting attention from people who have more experience with routers like the RV320.
There are some things in your post that I do not understand and hope that you might clarify. You describe two LANs with their own Internet access. But I see only one connection to outside. How do you intend to have different Internet access for each LAN if there is one connection to outside?
Also you tell us that you are connecting switches to port 1 and port 2 of the RV320 but have not told us how those ports are configured. Can you clarify?
Also it would be helpful to know what Comcast expects on this connection. Is it expecting to see traffic from 192.168.50.0 and that Comcast will do address translation? Or is Comcast expecting your router to do the address translation?
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