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Two way routing.

I tried to connect two different networks having different subnet masks using D-Link 514 router.But I could able to ping from one netork(LAN) to other(WAN0, and could not able to ping from WAN to LAN.

The IP settings I used for the networks are as follows:
ip :
sub: --------- Ist network

ip :
sub: ---------- 2nd network.

Kindly help me how to configure it correctly so that I can able to ping from both ends.

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Re: Two way routing.

Hmm, It may sound cheesy... but the easiest thing I can think of, WITHOUT buying new equipment is "bridging" the connections within a windows. That should work fine.

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Re: Two way routing.

You will always have a problem because the subnet is different. Your solution lies at the Server Level if you have two different servers one must become the 2BDC, other wise you will need more hardware to setup a bridge contact D-Link as to the equipment you will need.

Coach "J"

Have a great 2008!

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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