Re: Mixing and Matching DHCP and static IPs
Le 26/12/2017 à 16:49, Michael Stone a écrit :
This is unnecessarily complicated, and will make your life harder than
it needs to be. The best thing would be to not use the airstation as a
router at all, just use it as a switch + wireless access point in a flat
configuration, with the router plugged into the switch. Ignore the "wan"
port on the airstation and turn off any dhcp or other services that it
The most important part is "turn off any DHCP service it provides".
Othewise it will get in the way of the other DHCP server.
This will not work the way you think it will. Devices on the airstation
will have packets go directly to 192.168.1.3 (because the airstation
knows how to get to anything on 192.168.1.0/24) (you never actually
specified the netmask for 192.168.1., hopefully that's correct). The
packets returning from 192.168.1.3 will go to 192.168.1.1 because
192.168.1.3 does not know how to get to 192.168.11.0/24 and uses the
default route instead.
As any SOHO router, it is likely that the Airstation masquerades
forwarded connections, so other nodes on its WAN side do no see the real
192.168.11.x addresses but only the WAN side address of the Airstation,
I guess that even the firewall does not have a special route for
192.168.11.0/24, as it is not supposed to see that address range.