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Windows Networking - Treat two subnets as one network

We have an existing (old) network (10.0.0.0/24) and we're trying to add another (new) subnet (20.0.0.0/24) using a Cisco 2901 router. I added the appropriate routes and tested everything out. We're ...
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Cannot reach the computer in WAN

I wanted to split the internet connection in my room. And my brother also wanted a better wifi accessability. So we bought a router (NETGEAR JWNR2010v5). All we wanted works great, good wifi. I have ...
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1answer
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Double NAT with access to both gateway web interfaces

I have a Cisco Linksys E3000 home router that I appreciate. However, my new (but temporary) ISP will want me to use their Huawei router for their service once I get connected next week. This creates ...
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1answer
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Home network with two routers and just one Wifi

I know it is a pretty lame question, but I am not a pro in networking, so I will still ask it. And I will try to explain details where possible. I want to create the following setup: Phone line is ...
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1answer
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Communication possible between 192.168.0.x and 192.168.1.x?

I have a problem I encounter on a regular basis. I have an access point with a fixed 192.168.0.x IP address. My network is 192.168.1.x. The problem is when I plug the access point into my network, it ...
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2answers
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Devices on subnet cannot access each other but can access internet

I live in university halls and only have access to the internet and the network through one ethernet port. I have a TP-Link R860 router (wired only) and a TP-Link simple switch. If I connect using ...
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1answer
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Remote network administration, solving 2 device 2 subnet merge

The problem: 1.) No Physical Access 2.) Very basic on site help 3.) Combining 2 subnets on 2 routers Now we know i cant go on site to move cords around so here are the current cord ...
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317 views

How to create a subnet at home with Linksys router

My home network consists of my ISPs router (Thompson TG585 v8) which is giving out both WIFI and Ethernet LAN connections on the 192.168.1.x range. The router's LAN address is 192.168.1.254. This ...
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routing table, ip address for outgoing packet

Network Destination Netmask Gateway Interface 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 192.168.2.1 192.168.2.8 ...
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192.168.2.xy can't access 192.168.1.xy (: 255.255.255.0)

My goal is to access my NAS from a PC, but NAS is not reachable. Situation Here is my network configuration: Router 1: 192.168.2.1 : 255.255.255.0 Router 2: 192.168.1.1 : 255.255.255.0 NAS: ...
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How can I put two wireless routers on the same subnet? [closed]

I have two Netgear wireless routers; one primary (WNR2000) connected to the Internet, and a secondary (WNR1000) connected to the primary via a long Ethernet cable to the other side of my home. A LAN ...
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1answer
646 views

2 TP-Link routers are connected

I have two TP Link routers, one is connected to the ISP and the other's WAN is connected to one of my Ethernet Ports (assigned IP from router1 192.168.1.200). Hosts in the 2nd router (192.168.0.0/24) ...
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2answers
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Lan to Wan setup how to connect two subnets

I hope someone can help me with issues I have with my home network. I have a Billion 7700N modem/router and currently I added a Western Digital N600 dual band router. By default (following setup DVD ...
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992 views

Two subnets block traffic between them but allow internet

I have 192.168.1.1/24 network that has a switch and several access points .There is a adsl modem at 192.168.1.1 . I want to add a new network 192.168.2.1/24 with its own access point and switch. so ...
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1answer
414 views

Using local SSH tunnel from remote machine/another subnet

I have a Linux machine (box 1) with Internet service connected to a Wifi router sitting right next to it, through Ethernet (eth0). The purpose of this router is so I can share this Internet connection ...
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2answers
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Port forwarding from modem to a subnet

I have a webcam server that requires port forwarding to be able to access it from Internet, but the webcam server is located in a subnet and I couldn't make it work. Description of my setup: There ...
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2answers
274 views

Splitting and connecting a small subnet

It's been a while since I built out a network so bear with me as I've lost some of the nomenclature. Given "5" usable static IP addresses from our ISP is it possible to use 3 of them for globally ...
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Isolate two networks in one switch (Cisco SGE2000)

I have a small lab, which has 15 systems for development environment and 5 systems for Testing environment. I have only one Cisco SGE2000 (24-port) Ethernet switch. Currently all on 192.168.3.0/24 ...
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2answers
676 views

Setting up the subnet mask for two separate connections on XP?

I'm on Windows XP SP3 and basically my topology consists of 3 computers (see drawing for more detail), a wireless connection to the Internet and a wired connection to a router. My main computer (A) is ...
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2answers
351 views

Can't connect to Cisco router's settings page

Currently I have a 2 wire modem, and a Netgear WNDR3400. What I want to do is add a Cisco RV100W for its VPN features. Currently the Netgear router is connected to the modem via the WAN port. When I ...
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1answer
269 views

What is the point of connecting two routers directly together

The way subnets work, wouldn't connecting two router interfaces together require their own subnet between them. Unless that subnet mask has 31 bits, wouldn't that was adress space. I'm asking because ...
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Two hosts on same subnet can't see each other

I've got two routers with two separate public IP addresses on the same subnet, but I can't get them to talk to each other. Both are connected to the internet (ISP-provided gateway) via Ethernet ports ...
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0answers
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Accessing a wireless router on a different subnet

Okay, I'll try to describe how this network is set up. I didn't do it personally, but it has been described to me. Firstly, we get our internet from a 3G wireless USB card from ATT. This means that ...
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1answer
671 views

Creating a DMZ with two routers

Hopefully it's okay to post semi-"I am learning" questions on this forum! Basically, I have two routers (both Netgear D834G's) and would like to setup a DMZ at home (merely for learning purposes and ...
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1answer
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How can I share my internet connection using a router?

How can I share my internet connection using a router? I get 192.168.1.150 from my provider and 192.168.1.1 as a DNS server, mask is 255.255.255.0 I suppose 150 is my gateway now. What IP should ...
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What is the difference between a subnet mask and a netmask?

Is there any logic in using two different names for determining host ID and net ID? For example, if you type print route in a Command Prompt you get things with netmask, but the IPv4 settings seems ...
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Two Routers, Two Independent Networks?

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 ...
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Subnets sets by a wifi and wire router

Is it generally possible to have wifi & wired clients of a router on the same subnet so that they see each other on the same LAN?
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changing the subnet on a DDWRT router

I'm currently working on a bridged openvpn setup between two places. My home lan uses a 192.168.1.x subnet, as does the remote location (which i can't change the subnet for anyway) which results, ...