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RVS4000 and routing issue

Hello everybody.

I got an RVS4000 which on the WAN side has a modem with PPPoE dial-in. On the LAN side, I have a pool of public IPs. The first available IP is configured on the LAN interface (subnet /29), while the next one is configured on a Fortigate firewall interface. Now, I can't get reach the public IP on the Fortigate device, but from the Fortigate itself I am able to ping to the outside world (but no ping replies are finding their way back).

The routing table on the RVS4000 looks as follows:

Dest IP              Subnet Mask           Gateway     Interface           WAN            LAN                     LAN                 WAN is the WAN IP on the RVS4000 is the network address of the public pool I got (.81 is the LAN IP of the RVS4000, .82 is the one on the Fortigate device)

I do not see why packets are not reaching the LAN-based device (Fortigate). Maybe I'm missing something very basic...

Could anybody give me a hint?

Thanks and kind regards,


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RVS4000 and routing issue

OK, sorry for bothering...

I managed to get help from this topic:

There it states that it should be put into "routing mode" for the purpose I want to use it for... and that solved my issue!



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