Hi pschaff,Thank you for the reply. It is not hard to understand the layout. [1st router with public ip address on wan, dhcp enabled with private ip Class] -> [2nd router with ... [by Gvr2600]
on 07/02/2012 – Made popular on 07/02/2012
I have a subnet of public IP addresses that my ISP has provided me with. They are routed through my router (how profound) that has a a static IP. I have successfully assigned the IPs from that subnet to various devices on my network. This works just fine, they get their own public IP, they can access the Internet, and the Internet can access them.
I have 2 networks that I'd like to connect with a router/firewall to filter traffic between the two. One network is on a public subnet, let's say 220.127.116.11/27 and the other network is on a private subnet 192.168.0.0/24.
I set up a xl2tpd vpn server on a router, and assigned the ip range from 192.168.191.2 to 192.168.191.244, and there's local network behind the router's lan side with a 192.168.1.0/24 ip range, so I want the vpn client access the router from its wan port, then it can communicate with the local network, so how can I got it?
Let's say I have a typical basic LAN, with one router and three workstations. The router has two interfaces, one with a public address and one with a private address. The workstations all have one interface, connecting to the router's private interface. The router NATs everything to the internet for these workstations.