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I currently have 2 VLANs set up in my router (WRT160N V3, with Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (04/11/11) mini)

I have 2 vlans created, to make the QoS rules easier to apply.

Vlan 1 192.168.1.1 /24 -- Ports 1,2,4
Vlan 2 192.168.2.1 /24 -- Port 3
- Ports 1,2,4 are directly connected to hosts.
- Port 3 is connected to a switch.

What i want to do is to interconnect those 2 vlans / route between those vlans.
Or, in other words, I want to be able to share the resources of vlan1 with vlan2 and backwards.

I know that when you set up vlans on the router, they are in fact connected, and the IPtables commands are to isolate them, not to connect them.

So, i think its a subnet problem ??
For example, if I do a ping to 192.168.1.1 (gateway) from 192.168.2.100, i receive replies.
But, if i ping 192.168.1.108 (a host) from 192.168.2.100, i receive no replies.

Any suggestion?
 

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Make sure the alternate subnet is allowed in your application firewall.
Most of them only allow the current subnet they are in and that's it.
 

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Originally Posted by beers;15258238
Make sure the alternate subnet is allowed in your application firewall.
Most of them only allow the current subnet they are in and that's it.
Do you mean allowing it on iptables? or in the OS Firewall?

If you mean OS firewall, i thought in that, and even completely disabled firewall and still i cant get both subnets connected.

Also, i have some devices that doesnt have firewall (WDTV live, for example), and it cant be reached from the alternate subnet.

this is really weird...
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