Re: Basic routing problem
Hendrik Sattler wrote:
Peter Coppens wrote:
I assume you missed to add a route on R for the net of A pointing
Yes...that is probably what is wrong. Problem is I don't have enough
privileges on the router to do that. Seems I am stuck, sigh.
You can do NAT for A on B or install a proxy on B.
You can possibly use ARP to get B to listen for A's packets and route
For example I have the following setup:
LAN-1 <--> LAN-2 <--> router <--> internet
All hosts on LAN-1 can talk to all hosts on LAN-2 and all hosts can
access the internet via the router. I have found this to be a very good
setup. The link between LAN-1 and LAN-2 is very slow and all the packets
get to where they are going without wasting bandwidth. It also doesn't
have any of the disadvantages of NAT'ing.