On Sun, 29 Aug 2004, Terry Miller wrote:
> The 192.168.0.10 address is a computer (XP) and it does have a default
> gateway of 192.168.0.12. If I move it to the second subnet it can browse the
> internet and receive mail. The other 2 hosts are currently the lan port of
If by "move" you include changing the addressing to match, then that
sounds like a firewall or NAT issue. The defaukt outbound NAT does not
apply to OPT1. But that's a completely separate issue from getting
traffic between LAN and OPT1.
> an old router and a wireless access point. I'm just using those for testing
> the routing now.
They still need proper routing setups to do this. Even the target of a
ping needs proper routing.