Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: yegs-ga
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29 Oct 2006 15:49 PST
Expires: 28 Nov 2006 15:49 PST
Question ID: 778247
I Have two linksys WRT54g routers one at my house and one at a business 100 feet away from my house. I have successfully created a network with two line of sight antennas that is bridged from the home router to the office router via a linksys WET54G wireless bridge. The home network is on the network 10.1.100.0 with a subent mask of 255.255.255.0 and the office network is address 10.1.200.0 on subnet mask 255.255.255.0. The bridge has the IP 10.1.100.226. Currently the office router has a static WAN IP of 10.1.100.105 which is receives from the home router. This method works fine to get the office machines on the internet. However, I am not able to access network resources from the office to the house or from the house to the office, which is a main necessity! I can ping 10.1.100.1 from the office which is the home router and i can ping internet IP's from the office. I am not able to ping anything from home to the office however. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank You! -Nick Yeager
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Re: Routing Tables
From: enigma4444-ga on 14 Nov 2006 14:41 PST
First off what version of Firmware are you running on both and secondly, the best bet is to turn on RIP on both of the routers, this is located on the on the first page after the login prompt. I believe the subtab is Advanced NAT or something to that extent. That should fix that up.
Re: Routing Tables
From: enigma4444-ga on 14 Nov 2006 14:42 PST
Also you can do a manual route entry on this screen if you are up to the fun.
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