My network routing (both routers are consumer-grade NETGEAR WNDR3700) is like this:
Modem ==> Router 1 ==> Router 2 WAN Port
I have Router 1 set to DHCP the entire home network. I want Router 2 to section off a web server from the home network in case it gets compromised, but I want computers on the home network to be able to administer the web server.
As it stands, the web server can access PCs on Router 1, and not vice-versa. In effect, I want this to be reversed. Can this be done without changing the physical configuration?
All right, I bit the bullet and switched the router chain so Router 2 comes before Router 1. Set up was so easy and though it's not perfect, it's all ready!
I have a ASUS PCE-N13 card I am trying to connect to my N network. It is a Netgear WNDR3700 v2 running DD-WRT. It does not even show up in my list of networks, yet I see a neighbor's N network. I updated the drivers and I still do not see it. .
I've been collecting information on principles of SHDSL connection. I have found plenty of examples on how to configure only one SHDSL link. Very soon I'm going to the site to install two independent SHDSL links in Cisco 2811 which has one Cisco HWIC-2SHDSL module, so I can route one type of traffic through one connection and another type of traffic through another. Both SHDLS links have static IP addresses and probably different VPI/VCI values. how to install two SHDSL links into one HWIC-2SHDSL module, set one value for VPI/VCI on one link and another value for VPI/VCI on another link, also set one IP address on one link and another IP adddress on another link?
Our sister site had a new building and the network it was supposed to resemble the network on this site with link redundancy as far as the edge switches.After 6 months asking for the password to the equipment I finaly got it and started to plan the deployment of some phones, I got a little confused as to the layout of what had been done as CDP was not showing what I had expected.
I then used CNA to map out the site.We have 1 main server room (at the top of the picture with the two 4507 cores and a number of fixed config 1U switches)And 3 further wiring rooms at other points in the building with fixed config 1U switches.
(And a wan link to this site)In my opinion the design as it stands is significantly flawed in redundacny with multiple points of failure, and its efficiency is very poor.
My question is on ASA and ACS5.2 users.Have my ASA SSL VPN and IPSEC VPN, the my ACS5.2 many users, for example, wireless user.I would now like to establish an independent user group, only the VPN user name and password, while both the ASA VPN can only allow users in this independent group of ACS5.2 VPN login, how to configure?
I have a WS-C3750G-24T-S layer 3 switch and I need to configure independent routes for a specific network, I'm trying to use VRF but it is not working for me. I tried using route-map but it seems the switch doesn't support that, so I'm stuck with VRF, but I think I'm not doing it right. The topology is as follows:
I have a network directly connected to a vlan and I need to forward all the traffic I get on this VLAN using a tunnel to a router. I think the problem is that in order to use the tunnel I need to utilize another VLAN which isn't part of that VRF. I attach the configuration I'm using to better understand what I'm trying to do:
ip vrf TEST rd 1:1 interface Tunnel1 ip vrf forwarding TEST ip address 172.17.0.1 255.255.255.252 tunnel source 10.245.0.9 tunnel destination 10.250.4.31
And this is how my routing table looks on this router:
172.17.0.0/30 is subnetted, 1 subnets C 172.17.0.0 is directly connected, Tunnel4 C 10.250.4.0/24 is directly connected, Vlan404 S 10.245.0.8/29 [1/0] via 10.250.4.1 S* 0.0.0.0/0 [1/0] via 10.1.60.15
I just configured a 2 computers into a routers and and connected them to each other. My computer is them connected to one of the routers(configured PCs). The computer uses the default gateway of the router interface it is connected to. A ping to the default gateway repplies positively. A ping to the second interface to the same router goes successful but a ping to the first interface of the second router gives the "request time out" respond and a ping to the second interface of the second router gives the "destination host unreachable" respond.
One of our office´s PC is connected to the network and shows 2 networks, but we have only one modem and one router....and no internet access only in that computer. I had restarted, disconnected, shut down and nothing.....what can I do? I also connected it to another cable form other computer working correctly and didn´t work.
My workplace currently has one AD Forest. Slowly we have drifted in to two slightly separate businesses and my boss wants us to create a new AD Forest and segregate the users doing each business. Although we will all be in the same office, each side will authenticate to a different DC. The problem is, that we have some resources that still need to be shared and I would like to share them as eloquently as possible without converging the networks too much. The two networks will be in the same server rack but they will logically appear as this:Forest1.local (original)
-Cable Internet -- Router A (192.168.1.x) -- 48-port switch A -- PC/Phones/Domain Controller AForest2.local (new)
-Cable Internet -- Router B (10.1.1.x) -- 48-port switch B -- PC/Phones/Domain Controller B.
The problem I have is that the users in the "new" network need access to a shared folder, shared customer DB, and shared printers on the original Domain Controller, named "DC A" above. I have complete control over both networks but cant figure it out the best way.My main concern is physical access between the networks. How will a pc on the 10.1.1.x network know where printer 192.168.1.2 is? I thought about creating a forest trust in order to assign proper permission but how will they resolve the names on a different subnets? The two "routers" are just simple SOHO type routers so I cant do much there. I thought about connecting the two switches together but don't know if that would work. Wouldn't the data just get passed to the default gateway (router) anyway. The router would then just drop it. I also though about using the 2nd NIC in each DC and connecting them in each other's subnet. But again Im not sure if it matters if the DC's can reach each other or if the PC's would have to be able to reach the other subnet etc. I also thought about just creating some kind of VPN (hamagachi) or whatever to go out into the internet then back into the other router to the network.The problem is wouldnt every computer wanting to access the shared folder have to have this setup. I would like to limit setting things up on workstations and just limit config to the DC's if possible.I basically just want users in subnet two to be able to map a drive and access printers on DC in subnet one.
Two networks. NetA: IP subnetID 10.101.x.x subnet 255.255.0.0. Devices have static-assigned IP's. Only DHCP runs on wireless AP for wireless client connection. IP addressing scheme set by hardware vendor, so not under my control. NetB: IP subnet 10.x.x.x subnet 255.0.0.0. Campus LAN and also not under my control. DHCP supplied addressing. how to get NetA devices to route to NetB?I would like to be able to provide Internet access (via NetB)to NetA devices.
I live in a school residence with a roomate and we both have an internet connection in our rooms but it's two separate networks since we can't see eachothers pc on the network. Both our pcs are connected to a switch and those switches are connected to the two internet connections. I would like to know how to bridge those two networks using a router in the living room. I would also connect a printer and an xbox to the router so we can both access the printer, the xbox can access both pcs and we can access eachother's pc.
I have two dir655 routers that are connected. The second router is not setup as a wireless access point, but I am open to that if it will work. The second one is going to serve as a public wifi in a business, with a separate SSID. The first one is going to handle the local business network, with its NAS and printers. How would I prevent the public wifi from accessing the first router?
I have tried the guest wifi partition setting, however it still allows access to the lan devices on the first router. It does partition with the second router properly though, but thats not worth anything to me cause there are no lan devices on the 2nd router.
Would it work right if I turn the 2nd router into a access point, disable the dhcp server, and set it up with the guest wifi partition?
I have a N750Db router along with a Dual-band wireless range extender. It works great, but it created two new networks with "_xt" at the end of the SSID to denote the extended networks. This means I have to disconnect/reconnect to the base/extended networks as I move around my house. If I were to rename the extended networks to have the same SSID as the base networks, would that allow me to walk around my place without having to connect to the extended network, or will it create some sort of conflict or error?
Play Max N600 HD (F7D4301) Dual network operation - on behind Belkins firewall. I have just changed the structure of my network for reasons of additional services being added. I now have in the front room the ADSL modem connected to a switch and 2 PC's. The switch is also pbugged into an ethernet plug in the wall which feeds to the other end of the house where the Belkin router is. I have all devices working on the internet correctly. The issue is getting access between the two networks and the devices on the two networks. I have added the ip addresses of the PC's to the router's LAN/Static Route, but that didn't work. The network in front room (after ADSL Modem is 192.168.1.x and after Belkin router it is 192.168.2.x. Is there a way I can allow access between the two networks between devices?
I have a network set up between two buildings. Each building has its own internet connection and DHCP server, building A using an RV180W router and building B using a linksys product. A WDS bridge has been set up between the two buildings using two wireless access points.The goal here is to allow clients in either building to be assigned an IP from their respective DHCP server (and thereby use that building's internet connection), yet still access network resources (eg file storage, printer, etc.) in the other building should the need arise.I have tried to set this up by having the RV180 assign IP's in the range 192.168.0.xxx to its clients in building A, and the linksys to assign IP's in the range 192.168.1.xxx in building B. I have enabled Vlan 1 and Vlan 2 on the RV180 - vlan 1 runs a DHCP server for building A. Vlan 2 runs no DHCP server and is directly connected to the WDS bridge to building B. Inter Vlan routing is enabled on both Vlan 1 and Vlan 2.On the WDS bridge modules, ive assigned both static IP's in the 192.168.1.xxx range (vlan 2 range). I've specified their dns and default gateway as 192.168.1.2 which is the static address for the RV180 in vlan 2.From a PC in vlan 1, I can ping and access the webgui for the WDS bridge modules which are in Vlan 2. However, i cannot ping any other computer in Vlan 2 which is set to accept a dynamic IP from the DHCP server operating in Building B. I assume this is because the WDS modules point to the RV180 as their default gateway and dns server, while the clients that have accepted a dynamic IP from the building B DHCP point to that device as their default gateway and DNS.I am considering trying changing the DNS and default gateway on the building B side of the WDS bridge to the building B values to see if that works, but am concerned i would lose all connectivity to the webgui from building A if i do that.
I'm an architect working in a small office that happens to be home to two seperate businesses, each with their owner network. However, these two networks want to use the same large format printer. I recently purchased the RV180W since the Cisco representative told me i would be able to connect both networks to the router so they can both see the printer without seeing the files on each of the other networks. We simply want to share the same printer.
Network 1: 192.168.4.1
Network 2 192.168.2.1
Large Format Printer 192.168.4.151
Network 1 has the RV180W as it's router with three gigabit switches. Computers and peripherals are connected to the three switches. 1 port open on the last switch.
I want to configure the RV180W to see both 192.168.4.1 and 192.168.2.1
What settings need to be modifed in order to accomplish this? Do I need more equipment? Is it easier to put a wireless card in one of the computers on the 192.168.2.1 network and then set it to see the 192.168.4.1 network?
I am setting up a customer site. One side is RV180W and the other side is Checkpoint 500W.
RV180W side LAN - 192.168.100.0/24 Checkpoint side LAN - 172.26.1.0/24 VOIP - 172.26.2.0/24
Need to setup an ipsec tunnel between the site. However, from the RV180W side, I can only ping the VOIP network, but not LAN. I have heard that RV180W only can talk to one remote network via ipsec, correct? workaround this other than changing out the RV180W?
I have two private networks and want/need to route traffic between them. I also have an ISP connection and want/need to provide internet to at least one of the private networks. Providing internet access to both is not required or desired.
Can this be accomplished with an RV042? If so, how?
P.s. The problem space, once again, in a non-narrative form with some addresses thrown in:
Private Network A: 192.168.200.0/24 Private Network B: 10.50.3.96/27 ISP Network C: 192.168.0.0/24 192.168.0.1GW 192.168.0.2 is WAN1 address on RV042
I'm going to move offices into a shared situation with 3 companies. Each company will want its own private network so there's no snooping between companies. I am planning on using VOIP for the phone system (Nextiva cloud based). Is it possible to set up the system so that each company has access to the VOIP system but yet remains sequestered in the their own network for everything else. I was hoping to do this with one data port at each workstation using Cisco SPA-303 phones. The way I understand this, is that the phone plugs in to the data port and you daisy chain the workstation off from each phone. Is this possible to do this while having the system I described? Another wrinkle is that I'd also like all the networks to be access shared printers.
how do i create 2 networks using 1 cable modem and 1 router and i would like to add a firewall thinking of using xywall usg20 for the firewall..... the issue is i have a small business with 1 point of sale and1 back office computer.(network1) and i would also like to use an air port wifi to offer wifi to my cleints on a seperate network(network2) not allowing access to network1 and i want a firewall on network 1 to protect the back office and pos system
Using a Linksys E2000 and Linksys WRT54GL (both flashed to most recent firmware), I am trying to set up Network "A" and Network "B" on one modem. I do not want either A or B to be able to see each other for security purposes. Both are secured networks for the wireless connections and have different SSIDs.
After online research, and the inability to find my exact question answered, this is what I did and I'd like to know if I'm missing anything to keep A and B completely separate. Or, if I've done anything that will cause any problems on my network. [code]
I disabled the ability to change settings using wireless connection on both routers.
I am trying to set up two routers so that I can offer free wireless connectivity via three AP's in three adjoining rooms on a first floor and secured wireless and wired network connectivity in upstairs offices. The setup is like this:
Verizon DSL connectivity..static IP
The gateway modem/router is a Verizon DLink DSL 2750B with three ports connecting to three wired Access Points in three first floor adjoining rooms, and the 4th port connecting to a Cisco E1200 (wireless and ethernet router) located next to the Verizon Dlink. I would like the Verizon DLink to give open wireless connectivity via the access points and also connect to the adjacent E1200 router.
I would like the Cisco E1200 to offer secured wireless and ethernet connectivity to the upstairs offices. (connecterd to the Cisco E1200 is a 24 port Netgear switch.)I have spent considerable time talking with Verizon and Cisco/Linksys but have not been successful in just how to set this up.A former tech actually did have this setup but for what ever reason the settings were reset to factory defaults with no written record as to the necessary settings.
I use Comcast cable as my ISP. My cable modem is located downstairs in my house. The cable modem has an Ethernet cable connected to port in a wall right next to it. In another room in my house I have an Ethernet port in the wall that goes to my wireless router. Connected to my WNDR3700v3 is a Synology DS213. When I am on my wireless network my computer can see it. When I use a Ethernet port in another area of my house I cannot see it.There is a network switch that is located elsewhere in the house. A cable modem connects to that network switch. A Ethernet cable comes out of the switch to a port that then connects to the other ports in the house.When I am connected via the wireless network my router IP address is the same as when I am connected via a wire.What can I do so that when I am either on my wireless or wired network I can see the DS213?
In the settings, there is a spot in which you can set the range of IPs to assign to connected computers and other devices. This particular option is available under the "LAN" options. What I am seeing is that the only IP that is assigned within the range is the one and only device hardwired to the router. Everything else is being assigned IP addresses outside of the range. Am I missing something? I was under the assumption that any IP addresses assigned dynamically would be within the range whether they were wired or wireless
I cannot access the setup page, even without the modem connected to the router, even after pushing reset button. It says I have limited access both to the wireless and to the wired connections, but won't let me access the internet (via the separate modem)I can access the internet via the modem fine
I'm in a bit of a predicament. Trying to set up a Netgear WNDR3700 behind a SonicWall TZ170 SP (Standard OS). The only thing I really want the SonicWall to do is maintain site-to-site VPN connections to a few other networks that I work with.
The SonicWall WAN is passing Internet connectivity to the LAN ports as it is supposed to but the hangup seems to happen at the Netgear; it doesn't seem to want to receive Internet connectivity from anything but a modem and it doesn't want it going to any port but the Internet port (IE, it doesn't seem to want to share Internet via the switches).
I'm thinking this may be a limitation of the firmware and that dd-wrt might be the only answer but I thought I'd bring it here first as my last experience with dd-wrt wasn't a good one.
I loose the ability to connect and I was thinking if I could extend the wireless network by adding a DAP-1522.I want to have the WNDR3700 and the DAP-1522 connected via wireless and using a laptop I want to be able to access the wired network from anywhere in the facility.