Cold Lake, AB
|reply to TheHox |
Re: RDP problem behind MT routers
said by TheHox:Your description is not entirely clear, but I don't think you need a route in router1 to the subnet on router2.
when I create the route in router1 to the new subnet on router2, it kills the internet connection to those that are on the original subnet, on router2.
Since router2 is in routed mode and not using NAT, both router2 subnets should be visible on router1 LAN. The port forward is needed on router1 because of NAT. Your forward should point directly to the machine on the router2 subnet.
I am also assuming that your UBNT Client is connected to router2 on a port other than ether 1-9. Both UBNT devices should be in bridge mode. I wouldn't expect any problems there but I have had odd issues with implementations of "bridge" mode in some devices.
Originally there was only 1 dchp server on router2, .88.*, the internet for those users worked. There is also a router in the route list on router 1, of 192.168.88.0/24 to gateway 192.168.20.150 reachable ether3
With that setup, when I ping router2 at 192.168.20.150 I get timeouts, and when I ping router2 at 192.168.88.1, I get the weird response as shown above.
I've since then added the 2nd dchp server on router2 on ports 6-9.
So I added another route on router1, again 192.168.80.0/24 to gateway 192.168.20.150 reachable ether3
When I enable that, peoples internet connection drops that are on the .88.*
My current problems are that I can't seem to properly ping router2 from router1, and I can get users on the .80.* subnet to get internet access. I must be missing something but my brain is about fried and I need to take a step back and look it over again, or ask someone else to check it over. ;P