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I need some help with getting clients on my 192.168.10.x network to talk to clients on my 192.168.1.x network.

My current array of things...


ONT -> Actiontec router (192.168.1.1) -> Sonicwall TZ 100 (192.168.100.1) -> DGS-1248T

Clients on 192.168.1.1 can all reach each other and access the internet. Clients on 192.168.100.1 can all reach each other and access the internet. Clients cannot reach each other across the networks.

192.168.1.200 is the address I gave to the wan interface on my Sonicwall which is behind the actiontec router. My actiontec router is a MI424WR-GEN3I. I need help configuring static routing or NATing (?) on this router. I tried making a static route but haven't had any luck. Not sure if I need to make firewall rules too? I've searched and got a lot of slightly different answers but none have worked so far. Any thoughts help is appreciated smile.gif
Edited by Mr.N00bLaR - 1/9/15 at 11:16pm
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Since you're using the WAN interface it's just PAT/natting 192.168.100/24 clients behind that single 192.168.1.200 address. It's a situation similar to the WAN facing device where you would have to port forward to directly access anything inside.

You would need another routed interface or VLAN to support multiple subnets properly. If you have a straight copper ethernet handoff to the Actiontec I'd probably dump the Actiontec and use the TZ exclusively.

If that's not really an option some Actiontecs allow you to assign VLANs, you'd just want to trunk them to your switch from that device and then allocate particular ports for the subnet/VLAN you desire.
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I believe I understand what you're saying but I'm not sure how to implement that on the actiontec device. Removing it or hanging it off a switch won't work at this time. Time to sift through the vz forums again I think /sadness
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Tried some other tips.. I was able to ping 1 address on the other network because i manually added an ip in the actiontec gui. When I browsed to the address from a wifi client on .1 it went to the actiontec admin page instead of the sonicwall page. I think im going to simplify and put everything I possibly can (but leave the tv boxes connecfed via coax to the actiontec) behind the sonicwall including wifi access and just be happy tongue.gif
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