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RV082 and multiple internal LAN networks?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by voip_boy, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. voip_boy

    voip_boy Network Guru Member

    I've recently inherited a network that uses an RV082 as a firewall / Internet gateway. The company has outgrown it's internal /24 and I want to add a / 24 segment for growth. My topology is like so:

    ISP>>RV082>>Cisco_2611>>Flat Internal Lan.

    The RV082 is, The cisco router is <FE0> and <FE1>

    The switches in use do not support vlans, so i'm using the Cisco 2611 to route between segments. I need to configure the RV082 to allow internet access to the 11.0 segment.

    I see where I can add a route for the 11.0 network via the 10.1 Cisco router interface on the RV082. The RV082 is using One-to-One NAT and it doesn't look like it will allow me to add a segment outside of the 10.0 network. Any ideas if the RV082 can do this and how to pull it off? Thanks in advance!
  2. Xphyr

    Xphyr Network Guru Member

    Wont work

    Unforunately what I have found is that this router won't support a setup like this. (As a few others have found if you look through the messages on this board.) I actually took this up with Linksys but they were not responsive, and not helpful at all. The only solution I can come up with so far is to port one of the existing "router software" packages to this machine. I am looking into doing this, but not sure I will be able to complete it. If anyone else is interested please let me know.

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