I have created a topology as shown below using cisco packet tracer-
Here i have used a wireless router WRT300N. It has 4 LAN ports and each of them is connected to a computer. Each of the computer is assigned IP address as shown in the figure. This constitutes a subnet 192.168.2.0/24. And all the hosts in this subnet are assigned a default gateway as 192.168.2.1
And separately, i have created another subnet 192.168.1.0/24 using a switch, 2960-24TT. And i have connected 2 computers to that switch. Each of the computers in this subnet is assigned IP address as shown in the figure. And all the hosts in this subnet are assigned a default gateway as 192.168.1.1.
Please see below screenshot for the configuration done on the wireless router (WirelessRouter0)
Now with this configuration, if i try to ping 192.168.2.5 (subnet 2) from 192.168.1.2 (subnet 1), it is unsuccessful.
I think there is some problem with the configuration i have done on the wireless router. Could someone help me in correcting it and make it work?
And if you help in understanding the "Internet Setting" and "LAN setting" in the case of router with integrated switch, it would be of much use to understand the concept better.
PS: My understanding is, correct me if i have got it wrong- LAN Setting is to configure the router's interface to which the integrated switch would be connected. Whatever the subnet address i assign for this interface, should be the same for all the device which will be connected through the LAN ports?
Whereas WAN setting is to configure the router's another interface, to which another subnet can be connected. So whatever subnet IP address i assign for this interface should be same for all the device in that subnet? OR, Is it the public IP address for the router's other interface?