We have a small network config problem with IP addresses or the routing table..we're not sure where the error is and would appreciate any help or suggestions. I'm sure it's something dumb like a class b or c address conflict. You can see our setup on the attached bmp image. thanks so much. any questions let me know - firstname.lastname@example.org
Alright I apologize I didn't give enough details. The network config diagram shows two pc's on each side, connected via CAT5 ethernet cable to a router on each side, and the routers connected to the access point via CAT5 ethernet cable on each side. Now the access points talk to each other wirelessly, and currently we can talk from left PC all the way across the network to the right side router. We can do the same on the other side. But we cannot seem to connect from left pc to the right pc. we only get as far as the router. So as far as that goes, our routing tables are complete and allow us talking across. I was thinking it was a subnet issue or something.
Just as I mentioned before, the gateway for subnet 192.168.1.0 at LHS router is missing. Just configure 10.145.17.3 for this subnet. i.e. configure a static route for 192.168.1.0 at LHS router.
You can remove the 'advanced routing' for 192.168.1.0 at LHS router. I believe unless you also enable this 'advanced routing' at RHS router then they can talk to each other, otherwise, just use static route is fine.
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