• Hi guys, I've been looking to understand how routing works but this has caused confusion in my head. I found several topics here but I could not understand. I have a network card that gives me access to the internet. Another network card for my local network and another wireless network card for some users. I need the wireless network users to have access to a server on my local network. I made the following settings but it did not help.

    ![lan firewall rule.PNG](/public/imported_attachments/1/lan firewall rule.PNG)
    ![lan firewall rule.PNG_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/lan firewall rule.PNG_thumb)
    ![wireless firewall rule.PNG](/public/imported_attachments/1/wireless firewall rule.PNG)
    ![wireless firewall rule.PNG_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/wireless firewall rule.PNG_thumb)

    ![static route.png](/public/imported_attachments/1/static route.png)
    ![static route.png_thumb](/public/imported_attachments/1/static route.png_thumb)

  • Banned

    Routing between locally attached interfaces works by default.

    P.S. The pics don't work, use attachments.

  • Sorry, I attached the images. I even tried this but it did not work for me, do I need to do something beyond the rules of the firewall?

  • Banned

    Seriously have no clue whatsoever what are you trying to do there with gateway groups?!?! You should have no GW configured on anything but WANs normally. Let alone do some grouping there.

  • I thought it would be necessary to create a gateway for one network to have access to another, and I was doing tests as I did and I ended up creating all these gateways

  • Banned

    Flush that mess down the drain. Remove the GW groups, remove GWs from LAN/WIFI. Create a rule on the WIFI to allow WIFI to any. Reboot. Done.

  • Thank you doktornotor, it worked for me. I cleaned all the gateways and rebooted and it worked.