Segmentation Using RV082

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by jai_ts, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. jai_ts

    jai_ts LI Guru Member


    I would like to create segmentation using RV082, So I setup my router in Router Mode with the following setting :-
    ROUTER IP Address :
    WAN 1 :

    So this LAN port connect to segment and my WAN 1 port connect to segment then I set static route for this router as below :
    Destination :
    Gateway :
    Interface : LAN

    I already set the PC on segment using gateway but when I try to ping IP on segment I got error :
    Reply from : Host Destination not reachable.

    Anyone have any idea.

    Thank you,
  2. pablito

    pablito Network Guru Member

    It sounds like your machines on .128 don't know how to get to .8
    You need a static route pointing to .8 via .128.4
    Best place might be on the default gateway router that the .128 net uses.
  3. jai_ts

    jai_ts LI Guru Member

    thank you pablito for the response

    I just add the static route add WAN1 Interface which reside in segment .128
    Destination :
    Gateway :
    Interface : WAN

    Then I also add static route at testing computer but when I ping from either segment, now it said "Request Time Out" instead of "Host destination unreachable".

    how is it?
  4. pablito

    pablito Network Guru Member

    Where are you putting the static routes? The RV already knows where .8 and .128 is. You need to put the static route on whatever gateway the users are hitting.

    You said that you manually put a static route and that didn't work. Perhaps the firewall is blocking? Can you ping the other way?
  5. jai_ts

    jai_ts LI Guru Member


    Now its working, actually I just set the Static route in wrong interface. Now, the new problem arise, how I can I make to able the the computer on LAN2 can reach DNS server as well as Active Directory which serve reside in LAN1. Do I need to setup secondary DNS server on LAN2 or RV082 can act as DNS Relay Agent.

    Anyway thank you pablito for your response.

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