I've got a network with the following address and subnet mask:
The original gateway that we had on the network is at:
This gateway is a Netgear VPN firewall and it also has a bit of port forwarding going on to a couple of servers on the network.We've now had a new line put in and we have to use different hardware on that line so in order to phase that in, I've set this up as a new gateway at:
Internally, the clients and servers are quite happy with this and will happily use the new line.Problem arises when users connect via VPN to the OLD gateway (I haven't got VPN set up on the new one yet). Users can still connect to the VPN but can't see any machine that is using the new gateway.How can I get around that? Does the old gateway need a static route?
I installed m0n0wall in a virtualized environment, i have 10 PCs connected to a router ( 192.168.1.0/24) which connect them to the internet through PPPoE, the problem is that this router does not have a QoS so what i want to do is the following :-
let all the PCs get their IP from the Router and the default gateway will be m0n0wall
the moon wall will have 2 interface (Lan 192.168.1.20) and (Wan 192.168.1.21 and default gateway 192.168.1.1)
now when any PC want to access the internet it should go through m0n0wall and then m0n0wall will forward the connection to the default gateway through the wan interface which is the PPPoE running on the router (192.168.1.1)
remote location on MPLS circuit terminated on a Cisco router that has Internet connectivity through Central Site router. We are installing a cable modem at the remote location that is to be used as the Primary Internet Connection but still be able to use Internet through MPLS if the cable Internet goes down. We want the failover/fallback to be handled automatically.
We have an ASA5505 for the cable Internet which then feeds into the ISPs modem.
At first I was thinking about getting a module for the remote router so the cable Internet could be terminated on the remote router as well but that introduces a single point of failure. I would also like to firewall both the MPLS and the cable Internet but if I do so on the ASA there is another single point of failure.
I have a milestone VMS (video management system) server running on a customers site. The server has two network cards. eth0 has a static IP 10.0.15.250, mask 255.255.255.0, gateway 10.0.15.254 (the gateway is a firewall connected to the internet via an eircom modem in bridged mode) eth1 has a static IP 10.94.238.2, mask 255.255.0.0 gateway all the cameras and related equipment are in the range 10.94.238.1 ~ 20 Customers network users what to view the VMS via an application which needs to run on their PC and connect to the VMS server on 10.94.238.2, The customer has given me a gateway address of 10.94.200.1. However when I use this gateway address in the default gateway of eth1 I loose internet access on the server because the server can not resolve the DNS address. The cusotmers users can see the VMS and the monitoring station can see the VMS via a VPN. However I need internet access otherwise Teamviewer will not work and I can not access the server for configuration and maintenance remotely. Is there some other way I can implant the customers gateway so they have access but I still have internet on the server.
I have two network cards in my computer, one is connected to the ADSL router for a BSNL broadband connection and the other is connected to our compay's MPLS network on which our core software is run , now both networks have different gateways through which they connect , the bsnl ADSL router gets its ip from DHCP ,our MPLS network has its own network ip schema.The problem is I am not able to use both connections simultaneously, if I have to work on our software I have to switch off the ADSL router and if I want to surf the internet then I cannot work on our softwware.
I have a scenario which i would like to discuss with you people. I have a branch office connected with the Head office using wireless radio bridge(point to point connectivity). Here is the configuration at branch office.Things are working fine until now. The branch office has a DSL internet connection and required to be shared among the users. option 1 (problem)DSL terminate on swtich and all clients have a DSL modem as their default gateway and ISP's DNS. Internet works fine but here comes the problem, now they lost the connectivity with head office.Now my question is i cant have two default gateways then what should i do?
I bought dlink dir615 router and want to configure in such a way that internet terminate on dir 615 and branch office pc's should be able to use the internet as well as get connected with the head office with default gateway configuration.
We our currently using site-to-site VPN tunnels to connect our multiple offices using static public IP's via ADSL connections.We wanted to get an additional ADSL connection from a different ISP so that if one connection drops, the other could be used.Are there any hardware devices or tricks we can use to automatically get our networks to failover to use the backup ADSL connection and have our VPN traffic remain up?
I have two different networks on same LAN.One net has public 2xx.x.x.x IPs (some on DMZ, they are servers with their own internal firewalling) and goes through a GBeth switch to a Cisco 25xx router for accessing HDSL modem with several HDSL trunks and then Internet. That router is configured to let external IPs access only DMZ IPs, of course.The other net has 192.168.x.x IPs and goes through another GBeth switch to a DLink router to access ADSL. Mainly for download traffic at a low flat cost.I would like to have a way to let the 192.x.x.x machines access the servers on the DMZ of the 2xx.x.x.x net without going outside the physical LAN. The servers host mail services and so sending heavy attached documents needs a hi-speed LAN connection and certainly not the ADSL upload capability. Not to say about servers web contents maintenance.
I have LinkSys WAG160N V2 with the last firmware 2.00.20 I have very annoying issue, the Gateway always disconnected from time to time .. Some days it work so fine and some days it disconnect 20 times per day and I have every time to go Status >> Gateway and press connect , another weird thing is that sometimes it gaves me speed 3784 Kbps and sometimes 3500 Kbps , sometimes it gaves me the right speed 4700 Kbps i did think maybe it's my ISP problem , but after the upgrade the problem gone for 3 weeks then it back again, and when it back I did make factory reset and reconfigure it again regarding my ISP settings and it did work fine with 3784 Kbps speed and it should be 4700 Kbps.
I need to route a subnet from a 7204 to 2 different gateway's which are not Cisco based. I cannot use HSRP, GLBP or VRRP as the other 2 gateways don't support theses protocols. Yet they do support OSPF, RIP, and BGP.... Take note that this setup is in a ISP scenario. How can I acheive gateway redundancy?
We are in the process of installing time clocks at some of our sites around the USA. Our security department has asked that the time clocks be completely isolated from the rest of the network. The time clocks will be administered by ADP via a centralized firewall utilizing NAT. We have multiple subnets available at each site. Let me give an example to calrify what I would like to do. Example: Site A has 10.168.19.0 /24 user subnet and is configured for VLAN1 using 10.168.19.1 on the router as the default gateway. I would like to use subnet 10.168.20.0 /24 for the time clocks, configure it for VLAN2 and use 10.168.20.1 as the router gateway address for VLAN2. This should allow me to NAT one of our additional public IP addresses to the 10.168.20.1 gateway address thus completely isolating the time clocks from the remainder of the network. Problem is I have not done this before so I'm a little confused about how to configure it in the Cisco 3750 switches.
i have one machine have 2 Ethernet devices and i need to connect this server to different 2 network with 2 different gateways (192.168.2.x "vpn network" and 192.168.1.x "adsl network" )so if any other one need to connect this ftp server can connected from vpn or adsl
My router is showing two separate SSIDs, dlink and dlink 2 it only recently started doing this and around the same time my router has been constantly rebooting when there's little or heavy internet traffic.I have a DIR 655 Hardware Version: A4.Firmware: 1.21 NA
I refuse to go to any version above 1.21 as 1.21 is the most stable firmware for the 655, I have tried all other with terrible outcomes and wireless performance.I've looked around and most people think it's a joke or something, always saying it's probably a neighbors wireless, but that's impossible since I'm on an acreage and my neighbors are too far away for us to be receiving their wireless signals, and if I change the password and encryption type (WPA/WEP/WPA2) I have to change the security settings on both dlink and dlink 2.
Also I have the normal 192.168.0.1 gateway to access the router under the "LAN" section under Status on the router, but under WAN I have a completely different gateway that just recently showed up. I have no idea where this came from or what happened.
The downloadable PDF manual for the WAG160N shows the remote management address as "https://...", while the online support article shows WAG320N screenshots and uses "http://...". The downloadable manuals for the WAG120N & WAG320N don't show either (it's a pretty flimsy manual).point me to, a definitive list of model/firmware combos which do support SSL for remote management?
We have a HP Procurve 5412zl switch as our default gateway for all our VLANs from there the traffic will be going to a Cisco ASA 5515 and then to a Cisco 3800 Router then to our ISP.
We have yet to purchase the ASA but my question is about my future configuration. I will have the router of last resort on the 5412zl setup to point to the ASA inside interface, how does that work with multiple VLANs? For instance the ASA inside interface would be 10.0.0.1 but traffic could come from another VLAN via the switch with a 192.168.1.x address. Would the ASA just pass it on to the router? Or would it conside this spoofing and drop the packet?
Lastely, if we have WCCP set for the ASA's inside interface, how would it handle the redirect for multiple VLANs ip addresses? Would I use GRE for the redirect to my web filter?
I have a small network that i want to setup, i have 1 2900 router and i'd like to create subinterfaces for the internal. but more importantly i'd like to have the dsl modems connected to the router with traffic from one subinterface going through one modem and traffic from the other going through the other.
I have 2x v10000 Websense Security Gateways that are connected to 2x 6500 SUP720. When I turn on cluster management function between Websense appliance, they speak to each other only if they are connected in the same 6500. When they are connected one in every 6500 cluster management does not work. They are connected on the same physical vlan. Do I need multicast to be configured in the 6500 switches?
We have two Cisco 5505 firewalls connecting to two ISP's . The two internal LAN's on the firewalls are 192.168.184.0/24 & 192.168.186.0/24. We also have a Cisco C3560x layer3 switch with vlan interfaces 184.3 & 186.3. We have two DGS-3100 Dlink layer 2 switches connecting our users to the Layer 3. Ip routing is enabled for intervlan communication & I can reach the Switch interfaces & firewall gateways from machines on both on the vlans.We have pbr enabled on the 3560 & users only on the .186 network can get to the internet. The switch is running the ipservices license & the sdm template is "desktop routing" .
Users on the .184 cannot access the internet but we can ping the layer3 interface & the firewall gateway. [code]
I have mobile users using air cards that connect to the network with a VPN product called Net Motion. Our firewall is a ASA 5510. Once connected to the Net Motion VPN server the user will get a DHCP address from our network. In the past we could not get the VPN tunnel to complete since our layer 3 switch (3750G IP services) has 3 egress points and the egress point that we needed the VPN traffic to go out of is not the default gateway. To solve this we had the air card carrier set switch our air cards to static IP addresses and using route statements for the public IP addresses and access lists we got it to work.
The problem with this is that every new air card we provision needs a static IP address. My question is would policy based routing work in this scenario? The problem has been that the VPN tunnel was not able to complete the negotitaion phase as the traffic came into the switch and was trying to go out the default gateway. The VPN client wont get an internal IP address until the VPN tunnel is created.
I would like to get away from using static IP addresses.
I have a relatively simple question. I would like to create a private network within a larger network, the private network having several clients. I would ideally like the router to appear as the only device on the larger network and all data to be sorted by the router to the clients in the private network.
Will the Netgear FVS318G be able to do that? It seems to have the necessary NAT options.
I have 4 computers (3 laptops, 1 desktop) in a shared office. We get internet access using their wireless network. All works fine. However, I need to share a printer amongst all of the computers. The printer is LAN enabled and I would normally just put all the PCs on a hub, together with the printer and share it that way. BUT my question is can we access the internet using the wireless network and the printer using a separate wired network at the same time?
This past weekend I went out of town and took my Windows 7 laptop with me -- since I returned home, it has been unable to connect to my wireless network. Other devices in my home connect to the network just fine, and the problem laptop has always been fine until now. My network card is an Atheros AR9285, and I'm attempting to connect to a Medialink router with WPA password protection and AES encryption.My wireless network icon in the task bar has a yellow sign with an exclamation point in it. It says "No Internet access."
I use my desktop for streaming media throughout the house. I found it was causing lag for gaming most likely because it was taking up all the bandwidth for the router. We had a 2nd router laying around as well as a 2nd wireless adapter so we set up a 2nd network that was not connected to the internet for strictly media streaming.I attempted to change the network settings so the internet connection appeared as a public network so that streaming of media was hopefully diverted to the non internet wireless adapter.I want a faster way of transferring large video files from my laptop to my desktop. I recently bought a crossover cable to do this through direct connection.Both use the same user name and password as well as run the same win 7 pro however the desktop is the 64 bit version. I set up both ipv4 with the same addresses.When it has worked I am only getting a connection speed of just over 10mb and once I connect the crossover cable between the computers it knocks out my internet connection on the wireless card.
I seem to be struggling to connect more than 4 cameras to my (ISP-supplied) modem/router by Netgear CGD24N via WPS. I'm on my 5th camera now (already have 3x 930L and 1x 942L) but the newest 942L just won't connect to the network at the moment and there's definitely no faults here as I swapped cameras today at the local retailer (and got an A3 942L!).I've even tried connecting the camera to my wireless extender (Netgear WN3000RP) but no luck there.
So far it has only worked twice for short periods of time (enough for me to configure the cameras) but since then I can't actually get it working. I've got a couple of spare wireless routers lying around too and should be receiving a DIR-600 soon (from the Netgear promotion in Australia) which could be useful?
I connected my camera to my router with a network cable. It is a DCS-2121, H/W Ver A2, with firmware 1.04_FR.It received an IP address and I could access it fine with a web browser.Then I configured it to work wireless.I disconnected the cable but the camera wasn't accessible.Since I couldn't find it I re-attached it with a network cable, but this didn't work.So I pressed the Reset button to start over again.However, now I cannot get it to work anymore. When I plug in the camera and have it connected with a network cable to the router the status light remains RED.When I plug it in without a network cable the status led remains RED.When I connect it with a network cable to a computer directly, the status led remains RED.I've tried changing the network settings of my router to use 192.168.0.x as range, but it makes no difference. In all cases the status indicator remains RED.
I'm experimenting/attempting to use a laptop as a network tap between my (DSL) modem and a wrt54gs by creating a bridge with two NICs in the laptop. My problem is I can't seem to get connectivity on the user end of the router. I can't ping the bridge from an end computer...
DHCP is disabled in the router, but even when manually configuring the IP address on an end computer and using the bridge as a default gateway I can't ping out.
Am I completely misunderstanding the purpose of a NIC bridge?
I want to setup a DC++ HUB for sharing data within the university local network. We have addresses of the form 172.31.*.*. These addressed are accessible within the university bu non routable outside on the internet. My plan is to setup a local HUB for DC++ for sharing data within the university intranet. So even if internet is unavailable data can be exchanged through LAN. This HUB must not be accessable outsied the university network.how should I do this all..implementing network sharing other than DC++. My basic idea is that everybody can share their data and the data is searchable from one common interface( Web interface is better option, if possible). And data featching should prefferably be from many hosts, using multiple connections so that speed can be improved..
I have a crappy router/modem from comcast with two windows machines and a linux web server connected. I also have another router, a Linksys WRT54G with DDWRT firmware with WAN connected to the modem/router. The linux web server has a static IP, configured with /etc/network/interfaces The network goes down randomly. Disconnecting and rebooting the linux web server usually fixes it. It's possible that the WRT54G could be at fault as well.The problem is that I just don't have any information on what is happening on the network. (Well even if I had the information, I'm not sure I would know what to do with it) I installed wireshark, I figure I should just leave it running until the network goes down, then I can go through the packets and see if I see anything weird?
i can search for networks. As you can tell i am currently on the internet on my laptop. I can search for the current network i am on through my adapter. I then connect to it. It says im connected to a unidentified network. It will not let me search the internet or anything else.
I have a home network running all Mac computers (though can run Windows VM if necessary) and a pair of USB printers. The wireless router and cable modem are in one room, but the printers are in another. I'd like to find the most practical way to add the printers to the local wireless network without sharing them from a computer. I've tried that for a while, but don't want to leave a laptop connected 24/7 just to enable wireless printing (rather defeats the purpose of a portable computer). I don't have any wired network lines in the home, and am not excited by the idea of running any cables.
My company have a Cisco PIX 525 firewall which is cater for NOC internal data network and also voice network, the subnet for data network is 192.168.2.0/24 and the subnet for voice network is 172.16.2.0/24. someday this NOC firewall was faulty. I was migrated the data network from this NOC firewall to the other temporary firewall just at the moment. And the voice network i migrated it from where it orginal at NOC firewall to a VOIP system which actually having a connection with my temporary firewall(This temporary FW only to take the traffic of data network). After the migration of data network from old firewall to temporary firewall and also the migration of voice network from old firewall to PABX system. The subnet for data network remain the same as 192.168.2.0/24, but the subnet of voice network i edit from 172.16.2.0/24 to 192.168. 3.0/24.Now when i want to use one Cisco router 2600 to replace this temporary firewall then facing problem at the voice network....The data network after migrated from temporary firewall to new 2600 is ok, users can browsing. But when i trying to at the same time when the data network been migrated , it will affect the voice network which still located at PABX. ..user cannot make call...I was thinking reason because this voice network which currently in 192.168.3.0/24 is tight to somewhere on the 192.168.x.x at the old firewall internetwork. So, when i migrated the data network over to new router, it will also cause the failure of voice even thought after i migrated the voice system to new router.So when i do the disaster recovery back to the temporary firewall for both data and voice. The voice is resuming to normal.
Camera set up with the Beta Mac wizard connected via ethernet on Airport base. Wireless security WPA2 Personal. Using DHCP. AirPort Utility 5.5.2, OSX 10.6.6.I can see the cam with the myDlink Lite iPhone (4) App when I am in my house with my wireless network. When I am out, away from my network, the App can't connect to the cam, tells me to check my network settings. I did the wps way and added the cam in the airport base utility *Access Control* tab but still doesn't work. Checked in the cam web page settings, can't figure out what the Pre-Shared Key is and where I get it/set it up in the airport utility...