Access between Subnets



  • Good afternoon everyone.

    I would like you to help us in the case below:

    See the following scenario:

    Rl0 -> LAN (Wireless)
    IP: 192.168.15.1/24

    This Subnet is in Bridge mode with RL2 OPT1 Interface (Wired)

    Note.: From rl0 LAN (Wireless) I drop any machine on RL2 OPT1 Interface (Wired)

    RL2 OPT1 LAN (Wired)
    IP: 192.168.1.1/24

    Note: This LAN I did not drop back to the interface rl0 (Wireless)

    Purpose: Any network machines rl0 Wireless access any machine on the network Wired RL2 and RL2 any network machine also access any machine rl0.

    What suggestions for solving this problem?

    Thanks to all who can help.

    Padua



  • So you have LAN and OPT1, right?  And you want the two to talk to each other?  And you set up a bridge?

    Sorry.  Just trying to figure out exactly what you're asking.



  • Yes,
    the bridge is already working perfectly, because I can access the rl0 LAN Wireless LAN to OPT1 RL2.



  • @Padua:

    Yes,
    the bridge is already working perfectly, because I can access the rl0 LAN Wireless LAN to OPT1 RL2.

    That's because there's a default rule that allows LAN access to anything.  Easiest solution is to go to the Firewall rules and make a copy of that rule, changing the source interface to OPT1.

    Depending on what you want to accomplish, that may not be your best solution, though.


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