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RV042 in Router Working mode

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by jefffermo, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. jefffermo

    jefffermo LI Guru Member

    good day to all,

    I have a problem connecting two different subnets here what my network looks like.

    PC1---->WAN1(RV042)LAN<---PC2

    PC1: 192.168.1.1\24
    WAN1 : 192.168.1.2\24
    LAN: 10.55.56.1\24
    PC2: 10.55.56.2\16

    PC1 can ping WAN1 and PC2 can ping LAN interface of RV042 but the problem is PC1 cannot ping PC2 and vice versa.

    I already tried enabling RIP but still PC1 cannot ping PC2 and vice versa, do I have to use static routing?
     
  2. vpnuser

    vpnuser LI Guru Member

    You could try adding an Allow access rule to pass traffic from WAN to LAN.
     
  3. jefffermo

    jefffermo LI Guru Member

    I have disabled the firewall of RV042
     
  4. pablito

    pablito Network Guru Member

    If the RV is in router mode then it should work. The RV wouldn't need RIP since it already knows where both nets are.

    But do the PCs know where the other network is? If both of them are set to the RV as default gateway (doubtful) it will work. Assuming that it isn't as such then you can add static routes at whatever the default gateway is pointing back to the RV. Or activate RIP at the dfault gateway and it will pick up the RV's routes.
     
  5. Daschound

    Daschound Network Guru Member

    PC1---->WAN1(RV042)LAN<---PC2

    PC1: 192.168.1.1\24 GW:192.1681.2
    WAN1 : 192.168.1.2\24 GW:192.1681.1
    LAN: 10.55.56.1\24
    PC2: 10.55.56.2\16

    working mode on router mode . firewall must be disable ,
    PC2 firewall disable . that PC1 can ping PC2 ,
     
  6. aviegas

    aviegas Network Guru Member

    Have you checked the routing tables at each PC? They need the proper entries, pointing to the network on the other side of the RV042
     

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