File / Printer Share Problem
Deadholy last edited by
Hello, wondering if anyone can help a really noobie question Im running two servers on a A Class network of 10.0.0.* and have recently installed a wireless router downstairs however the WIFI software DD-WRT wont let my use the DHCP forwarder option and so im left with a C class network of 192.168.11.* thus resulting in me not being able to access my networked drives on the A class network or my shared printer on the same that same network can anyone tell me where if i can setup a rule to allow both classes to communicate with each other?
GruensFroeschli last edited by
This has nothing to do with pfSense.
Configure your Access Point properly.
You could set it into bridge-mode.
Or disable NAT on it and create a static route on pfSense that points for your 192.168.11.x/24 subnet to the IP of the Access Point in the 10.x.x.x/8 subnet.
Cry Havok last edited by
Ask DD-WRT questions in the DD-WRT forums ;)
The use of a different subnet is no problem - my wireless is on a different subnet from my file/print server. Make sure that the server knows how to route traffic to the wireless LAN.
mkreafle last edited by
From what I see on my dd-wrt there should be nothing stopping you. Just disable the WAN connection and DHCP server then it just becomes a normal access point.