Static route / network Configuration?
I have a cable modem that connects via Ethernet (eth0) of a configuration for NAT and Firewall Linux box. Another card (eth1) connects to a switch for my cable network (192.168.1.1/24). I added a third adapter (eth2 - 192.168.2.1/24) which is connected to a M20 (192.168.2.2). The server DHCP M20 has been implemented to serve the 192.168.3.1/24 network.
Is there a configuration more simple than that?
Problems reported with the current configuration:
(1) I think the M20 NAT function must be disabled because the Linux machine is. However, disable NAT causes machines on 192.168.3 bad connection to the internet.
(2) I want the machines wirelessly on 192.168.3 to see shared windows on 192.168.1 and vice versa. Currently they do not see each other. If I remove M20 and plug a PC eth2 and set as 192.168.2.2, this machine can see actions on 192.168.1 and vice versa. I think a static route must be set on the M20 so that he knows what to do with traffic to 192.168.1. However, I don't properly because he always tells me I have an invalid route when I try to enter.
(3) is there one another device other than on the M20 motorway which would better suit my needs (adding a wireless to my private/internal network segment)?
OK, I just saw the previous thread on this question pop up on the first page,
I'll try the posted instructions here.
Tags: Linksys Products
Network configuration / routing / two network interface cards / NAT - leased / dedicated Dell R210 running VMware ESXi 5.1.0 build-799733
I'm trying to understand how to configure a dedicated server of Dell R210 rented running VMware ESXi 5.1.0 build-799733
This dedicated server is rented www.online.net and sits somewhere in France. One of its network adapters have an IP public 220.127.116.11x. The other NIC is here, but I do not understand how it is configured. According to the www.online.net portal, the other NETWORK card has or should have an IP 10.90.116.20x. And I am obviously set up is to have some virtual machines running and be able to access the Internet. I have access to the console of the server Dell through iDRAC and since I could see, one of the network adapters in the IP is 18.104.22.168x defined, and the other has been shown out of service. I managed to make it appear the other interface but I cannot find anywhere how to assign the IP address 10.90.116.20x to this 2nd network adapter. But then again I don't even know if I should or if I need to assing a IP address to this 2nd network adapter. What is the cable connected even for this 2nd NIC? I do not know. Should it be - I'm not either. I don't know French and manuals/instructions on www.online.net are in French. I can try an online translator, but I don't think that what I'm looking for is explained. How do I get this set up? I have to do something about the ESXi on the server console? This interface 2nd should be in place, or it must be down as if it was originally? Yesterday after watching someone videos on YouTube, I added the second virtual switch and moved the virtual hosts of this switch 2 and he entrusted the 2nd NIC. But that 2nd NIC had a red X next to it probably indicating that it was disconnected the 2nd form virtual switch. Today and now I have managed to access the ESXi console server through iDRAC, I bring the 2nd NIC, and now both network adapters are assigned to the virtual switch 1st . But I think that a NIC should be attributed to a single switch and the other card NETWORK on the 2nd switch. I'm just a desktop guy with enough knowledge to be dangerous J if you / someone put in steps how and where to set them up it... PLEASE
Thanks in advance
~ # vmware - v
VMware ESXi 5.1.0 build-799733
~ # esxcfg - road
VMkernel default gateway is 22.214.171.124
~ # esxcfg-vmknic-list
Interface Port Group/DVPort IP IP family address Netmask Broadcast MAC address MTU TSO MSS active Type
vmk0 management network IPv4 126.96.36.199x 255.255.255.0 188.8.131.52 d4:ae:52:cb:bb:84 1500 65535 true STATIC
vmk0 networking fe80::d6ae:52ff:xxxx:bb84 64 d4:ae:52:cb:bb:84 1500 65535 true IPv6 STATIC, PREFERRED
NORMAL 1 ready 184.108.40.206x xxx.domain.eu. D4:AE:52:AB:BB:84
2 PRIVATE loan 10.90.116.20x d4:ae:52:ab:bb:85
- VMware vSphere Hypervisor is an "operating system" for pure virtualization and support NAT or routing. Therefore, only a real bridge configuration can be used.
- To use a subnet additional IP must be configured as a router VM.
If I understand the above, I need to show some VM and set up as a router? If the virtual machine that will act as a router must have two network interfaces, where it is connected to a switch and the other to the other switch network card. Am I do? The YouTube video that suggested, but I thought that maybe / somehow ESXi can route packets between the two network cards, but from what I read, ESXi can route packets. Do I need to order an additional / extra / 2nd IPv4 address so that it can be assigned to the interface of the router?
Hi Ive got three computers in the home two of them are not connected to my TALKTALK router no problem, but the third connect once but its gives me "the network password must be 40 bits or 104 bits according to your network configuration. This can be entered as 5 or 13 characters ascil or 26 hexadecimal characters. "error please help
for any other computer my password work but when I try the same password for this one gives me the message above.
Thank you all
original title: 40-bit or 104-bit error
Maybe you need this patch: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=1974What version of Windows using this computer and what type of encryption is the router?
Hi, I have an Inspiron 6000 labtop Yes it's old but it works :). I also have a Netgear wireless router and I have passwords on my wireless connections and I know of course that the password. When I try to connect to the router wirelessly on what he asks the password as usuall and I type it, and then click Enter. After that, a message appears saying "the network password needs to be 40bits or 104bits depending on your network configuration. This can be entered as 5 or 13 ascii characters or 10 or 26 hexadecimal characters. "How can I solve this? Help, please!original title: wireless network password problem!
Connect the computer to the router with a wire.
Connect to the menus and change encryption and password length in the privileges of guide.
Connection with wire to the router and working with the menu should be explained in the manual of the router.
I have 4 switches, each act as their own with a 26 subnet mask. They have static routes for every other switch. The firewall has a static route to each switch. If I unplug the LAN of the Firewall interface, traffic stops the flow of the switches. If I block the side LAN firewall, ICMP redirects, traffic stalls outside.
So if you are connected to this switch, say that you pull an ip address of 192.168.122.20. Your front door is the 192.168.122.62 switch. If you try to access a server 192.168.127.142, the SG300 sends your traffic to 192.168.127.254 to get an ICMP redirect, rather than simply to communicate directly with 192.168.127.50.
My network 'basic' is 192.168.127.0/24 vlan1 and the firewall is 192.168.127.254
This is the route of one of my switches table (which has 192.168.122.0/26 and ports run on vlan122)
Maximum Parallel Paths: 1 (1 after reset) IP Forwarding: enabled Codes: > - best, C - connected, S - static S 0.0.0.0/0 [1/1] via 192.168.127.254, 73:48:13, vlan 1 C 192.168.122.0/26 is directly connected, vlan 122 S 192.168.123.0/26 [1/1] via 192.168.127.123, 73:48:13, vlan 1 S 192.168.124.0/26 [1/1] via 192.168.127.124, 73:48:13, vlan 1 S 192.168.125.0/26 [1/1] via 192.168.127.125, 73:48:14, vlan 1 C 192.168.127.0/24 is directly connected, vlan 1
In any case, what gives? Why the switch would first try to send the stream to the firewall?
EDIT: Here is the server routing table:
[email protected]/* */:~$ ip route show default via 192.168.127.254 dev eth0 192.168.122.0/26 via 192.168.127.122 dev eth0 192.168.123.0/26 via 192.168.127.123 dev eth0 192.168.124.0/26 via 192.168.127.124 dev eth0 192.168.125.0/26 via 192.168.127.125 dev eth0 192.168.127.0/24 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 192.168.127.142
I'm sorry. I misunderstood the routing table you want to accomplish. Your concern seems relevant given that the matching rule more will be selected instead of one: page 275 http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbms/sf30x_sg30x/...
... "When the routing of traffic, the next hop is decided based on the longest match on the prefix (LPM algorithm). A destination IPv4 address might match several routes in the IPv4 static routing Table. The device uses the matching route with the higher, subnet mask that is, the longest match on the prefix. "...
So go ahead and report it to the support team so the guys can make the laboratory, confirm it and declare additional:
I have a hard time with a static routing on LRT214.
* LRT214 (recently purchased), acting as a gateway to the internet, local subnet is 192.168.28.0/24
* There is a local VPN (192.168.28.98) server on the local network, serving a LAN tunnel with subnet 192.168.29.0/24. on LRT214 port forwarding is configured
I can connect to my VPN server on the internet, and I can access the machine running on the VPN server (for example via ssh).
However, I can not connect to any other computer on my LAN, although I tried
adding another subnet under Configuration > network > LAN settings
* setting up a static route under Setup > Advanced Routing (kind of route add - net 192.168.29.0/24 gw 192.168.28.98)
of course, when I add the itinerary of statitc over any computer on the local network, I can connect via VPN tunnel to the machine, so its clearly a problem of LRT214.
Please help, how can I configure a static route for this scenario in the user Web interface?
The SPI Firewall, intercept traffic.
As far as I understand, it could be that when the VPN server sends data to another machine on the local network, this happens on layer 2 (where the SPI Firewall not listening), while the return on the VPN server traffic is routed higher up in the stack, where the SPI listening and intercept.
So, I will use the above workarounds, or put the OpenVPN server on a different subnet or VLAN, which I do anyway. I tried a basic configuration of VLAN yesterday (just put the Server full VPN with all interfaces in one VLAN separated), with InterVLAN routing enabled, but there seems to be some particularities with it (like the ping works, but not ssh). In any case, it's another story. Thanks for you support.
I have my internet connection to connect to my main router from Linksys WRT160NL (192.168.1.1) with 192.168.1.x.
My 2nd Linksys router to connect to the first gateway as well.
The 2nd router has the ip 192.168.1.100 WAN and it's a local subnet as 192.168.2.x.
My 192.168.2.x machines can access the internet and connect to all the machines in the network 192.168.1.x.
However, the 1.x network cannot access the machines on the network of the 2. And because of that, I can't share or print between two networks.
I try to add static routes on my main router (192.168.1.1) with the road: 192.168.2.0 mask 255.255.255.0 and default gateway 192.168.1.100
However, the road does not work yet.
in any case to ensure that the 1.x network able to access the network 2.x and 2.x access 1.x file and print sharing.
Thanks for your help!
Gateway of the router does NAT who made the side inaccessible side LAN WAN, unless you configure port forwarding automatic or similar. If she would not make your LAN 192.168.1 would be accessible from the internet. Static routing will not change that.
You will need to disable NAT (aka switch to router mode) on the second router. You must configure a static route on the main router then. However, most likely your network 192.168.2 * will not have Internet more because the main router will NAT for 192.168.1. * and no 192.168.2. *.
If possible set up the second router as access point only and run a LAN.
I have a relatively simple configuration involving a Wireless-N Router and a wireless-B router (several years). The N wireless router is connected to the internet (via DSL modem) and accepts several DHCP clients without problem. Wireless - b router is connected to the Wireless-N router. To do this, I connected the WAN port on the router wireless - b to a port on the router Wireless N ethernet (did not use the uplink). I have a PC connected to the router wireless - b, so I want him to be able to hit the internet, but also be accessible to DHCP clients on the Wireless N router. The PC connects to the internet successfully, but it does not find clients on the network supported by the Wireless-N router. It's about my setup:
B 192.168.55.1 wireless router (LAN) 192.168.56.102 (WAN)
PC 192.168.55.10 (active dhcp)
Wireless N 192.168.56.1 (LAN) x.x.x.x (internet)
(several clients dhcp... 192.168.56.100...)
I've added a static route in the hope that a computer on the network of the Wireless N router would be able to hit the PC, but nothing helped. I've added a static route as such, on the Wireless-N router, which was the only way that that would enable the web interface:
Destination LAN 192.168.55.0
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
I tried to place the router without wireless - B gateway mode, then router and changed mode, then return. I can connect to the web interface of the router wireless - b from the PC, and I can connect to the internet from the PC. Also, the PC is able to reach customers on Wireless N, but the reverse is not true, i.e. clients on Wireless N can't find clients on the wireless - B network. Also, I turned on the port forwarding on the router wireless - B so that it points to the PC, in the hope he would lead all traffic to the PC, but still cannot access PC. How to configure both routers (or both set up as access point?) so that clients on the Wireless N Router can talk to customers on the wireless router - B? For now, all customers are on DHCP, but finally, I would like to create static entries for at least two or three of them.
Thanks in advance
Are Linksys routers teas? If so what model is router B? It may not supported for a DHCP client port forwarding. Even if you can get the port forwarding to work for a client on router B, it will not work for several clients.
In addition, if you have the option in router B, disable the SPI Firewall. It is the cause of the problem, in my opinion. If you do this, you should port forward.
Is there a reason that you connect the routers via the WAN port on the router B? You could uplink using an ethernet port on the B to an ethernet port on the N and avoid all this... You can always configure router B as a point of wireless access for specific customers.
I just took a WRT610N and configure a few static routes for my network.
I have the router connected to a cable modem WAN and the interface of local network connected to my LAN via 192.168.0.1.
I have three other LAN subnets in a test environment, they are:-
I tried to add the following to the first subnet:
Destination = 172.16.0.0 LAN IP address
Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0
Gateway = 172.16.0.1
Interface = LAN
No matter what I try, I get a message saying route static invalid, and I can't get anything to stick. Everyone can't see what I'm doing wrong?
Thank you guys!
The IP address of the gateway in a static route is the IP address of the connected device directly on each side of the router, either on the ethernet LAN or WAN side.
In particular you cannot route a subnet of an IP address of the gateway inside the target IP subnet. The static route example you deposited directions where to send traffic destined to 172.16.0.0/255.255.255.0. It is impossible to set the address of the gateway as 172.16.0.1 because the router doesn't know where to send the traffic to 172.16.0.1.
In other words, the IP address of the gateway must in most cases be a 192.168.0. * IP address that you use these IP addresses in the local network of the WRT. The IP address of the gateway should be the IP address of the router on the subnet specific target within your local network.
For example, if your second router with address 172.16.0.1/255.255.255.0 IP LAN has an IP 192.168.0.2, then the 192.168.0.2 is the IP address of the gateway for the static route to 172.16.0.0/255.255.255.0.
I'm setting up a switch 3750 PSI using MHSRP provider on the side. In fact I use two GigaEthernet connections.
I want to create my side by using the static routes of load balancing, but traffic flows that I see are not identical or similar.
See the router # running | Start iproute
IP route 10.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 10.255.255.1
IP route 10.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 10.255.255.6
Router # show ip route
S * 0.0.0.0/0 [1/0] via 192.168.0.254
10.0.0.0/16 is variably divided into subnets, subnets 23, 5 masks
10.0.0.0/16 S [1/0] via 10.255.255.6
[1/0] via 10.255.255.1
Either way, ip cef is already activated
Here is the result:
GigabitEthernet1 is up, line protocol is up (connected)
Strategy of queues: fifo
Output queue: 0/40 (size/max)
5 minute input rate 35046000 bps, 4638 packets/s
5 minute output rate 8671000 bps, 3846 packets/s
GigabitEthernet2 is up, line protocol is up (connected)
Strategy of queues: fifo
Output queue: 0/40 (size/max)
5 minute input rate 1000 bps, 2 packets/sec
5 minute output rate 3859000 bps, 1714 packets/s
router ip cef #show
Interface of the jump following the prefix
10.0.0.0/16 10.255.255.1 Vlan99
I have no configuration is no longer on the interfaces. I would add the ip per instruction packet load balancing?
By default cef uses per load balancing destination, set ip load balancing by package on the concert links try again, are your equal to up to 10 links network on each side
In my view, that it is a question of static route.
I want to be able to connect to the gateway/Modem Comcast (10.1.10.1) using any computer on my network. Currently, I am unable to do this, I am also unable to ping the unit of Comcast. Here's my setup.
Comcast device (SMC8014)
WAN IP: 50.x.x.238
LAN IP: 10.1.10.1 (255.255.255.0)
A single cable CAT5E for:
ISA570W (WAN Port) - (basic out-of-the-box configuration, 1 - WAN, DMZ - 1, 8 - LAN Ports)
WAN STATIC Port info:
IP WAN: 50.x.x.233 bridge (255.255.254.0): 50.x.x.238
LAN IP: 10.1.10.2 (255.255.255.0)
DHCP enabled for bridge VLAN-1 (10.1.10.30 - 99) by default: 10.1.10.2
A single cable CAT5E for:
Cisco SG200 - 50 p (POE switch to serve as a connection for phones and desktop computers)
LAN IP: 10.1.10.3 (255.255.255.0)
For devices on my network to get an IP address from the device of the ISA, ISA is also the default gateway. I have logged on to the device of Comcast and all firewall rules and blocking are disabled.
Here's a copy of my current routing table according to the ISA570:
Subnet address Entry door Flags *. Metric Interface
My desktop (10.1.10.32), so I'm unable to ping or you connect the unit to comcast to 10.1.10.1.
So according to me, that missing me something simple here, it is a solution of static route, or I'm looking for policies of NAT?
Thanks for your help and please let me know if you need more information on my network.
OK, a few possibilities here.
- Did you go through this process for the SMC8014 Bridge mode?
- I advise to use a different subnet on the LAN of the ISA to the 10.1.10.x interface. The reason is that when you send a request from a subnet of 10.1.10.x behind the ISA to a subnet of 10.1.10.x, your PC and the ISA assumes that the device is on the same network and will not try to route. Consider using the subnet of 192.168.75.x by default on ISA LAN interface.
If you do not step 1 above, then I'm fairly certain that you will not be able to browse the internet at all. If you can browse the internet, but just can't get the Comcast router 10.1.10.1, then chances are 1 step has already been completed.
Please note all useful messages and mark the correct answers to help others looking for solutions in the community.
- Did you go through this process for the SMC8014 Bridge mode?
I tried the static route to the network 192.168.0.0/29 and 192.168.0.8/29. The result is PC1 still does not see PC3
request: PC1 ping PC3 successful /vlan2
I'm confused as to what you're asking. On what router you add static routes, and what looked like the roads? PC1 is unable to ping PC3? But can ping to PC2? Ping PC3 PC2 does What look like on each router's routing tables? What is the configuration of uplink on the switch port look like? Certainly need more information levantriet2881.
L2 + mean? I know these aren't L3 switches with IVR capabilities, then what is the purpose to configure static routes, if there is no functionality InterVLAN routing?
Welcome to Cisco Community!
With get them into a huge discussion, I will try to respond as quickly and directly as possible.
Our EMS and EMS in the series switches are layer 3 switches (can also be configured as L2) so that they are able to operate as a (inter VLAN) router or gateway for all the VLANS. Once you have created the VLANS and assign an IP address, that IP address will become the GW for this VLAN. Under routing, you will not see any scholarly networks until what you assign the VLAN to a port and the port is enabled. You will then need to configure a default route to send traffic to the cloud. The router must belong to the same VLAN on the switch. So if the switch has an IP address of 172.16.30.1/24, the router will have an IP address of 172.16.30.254/24 for example. The road reads: next hop metric 172.16.30.254 0.0.0.0/0 2 (or higher).
With respect to the static routes as a switch L2 or L3, that they would be useful when you have a device connected to another switch that is disjoint from your typical network of the local switch. In other words, let's say you have 3 (except default native VLAN 1) VLAN V10 - 30. Everything you devices belong to these VLANs, but you have a server on 30 VLAN that is not connected to this switch. You will then create a static route for the IP address of this server to the remote switch.
VLAN30: 172.16.30.1 (local EMS)
Server: 172.16.30.200 (on the remote switch)
Remote switch: 192.168.20.1 (distance EMS)
VLAN30: 172.16.30.2 (on the EMS distance)
hop metric 172.16.30.2 next destination 172.16.30.200 2
I hope that answers your question. These are really my favorite switches, because I find them very reliable and highly configurable. I love these things.
I am currently using RV042 in the two-WAN backup mode. However, I tried the redundant option and think it's to give me more bandwidth and better performance than only the WAN.
My problem is that in redundant mode, I am unable to use a few sites that I use on a regular basis. One of the sites is our Web Timesheet hosted service and their website will just crazy when I try to access the router set up in redundant mode. I am still not able to connect to their site, and it is important for my daily work.
My question is - can I configure static for some sites routes so that the router knows he must access them through my WAN alone? For example, if my site of timesheet software is 220.127.116.11, and my favorite WAN gateway is 18.104.22.168, I can the router only to access this site through the specific gateway, even if the router is configured to use either WAN?
I tried static routes and it doesn't seem to work at all.
When I save it and run the tracert to 22.214.171.124, it passes through the other door, and not that I mentioned here.
Any tips are appreciated.
If your help it balance mode, go to system management support and scroll down to protocol binding. Chances are you're going to a site secured with the two beginning of work and the site sees a connection with two upcoming ip home addresses and interrupts the connection. You can perform a binding protocol for all your https traffic out a wan for all your network ip addresses and this should solve the problem. You can do it for mail and other protocols that would be stripped by the dual wan. I hope this helps.
I added some users on the network configuration in order to change the ip address when they are in the other site, but in Windows 7 it is inviting to enter the user name and password, if a single user, enter the name password it will allow them to change the ip address how to change so that the user is able to change your ip without asking for a password and username? How can I solve it... Thanks in advance.
Address you internal IP is defined by the router or the ISP based on your configuration. If you try to change the internal IP address using "static IP" you shouldn't have to enter a user name and password so that it is in configuration and fixed like that.
You cannot change the external IP provided by your ISP it however.
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