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    Dual WAN configuration TL-R480T

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    Hello everyone, I am new to the forum but I always follow you so I know you can be of help..
    I know that there is the faq 530 that is a valid help in this configuration but not for the mine.

    I have a network divided into two offices of a company.

    these networks have ip 192.168.2.x and 192.168.3.x

    The host on the 192.168.3.x network went online through the other subnet without a standalone DSL contract.

    Now, another separate contract on the 192.168.3.x network has been activated
    I want that the users go to the internet through the new applet and to the other hosts through the older network.

    This is the configuration that i apply to my TL-R480T.

    WAN 1 192.168.3.100
    Sub 255.255.255.0
    Gatway 192.168.3.200 -> old router address
    DNS 192.168.2.250 -> DNS site master

    WAN2 192.168.3.101
    Sub 255.255.255.0
    Gatway 192.168.3.1 -> new dsl connection address
    DNS 192.168.3.1

    The two wan's addressing i hope that are correct.
    The problem arises with the LAN address of the dual wan router. If i put the address 192.168.3.x, the answer is that the LAN and the WAN cannot stay on the same subnet.
    If I put it in 192.168.x.x I can not reach it from hosts on the network.

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    Hi dude, it's certain that LAN and WAN can't be in the same subnet. It's a NAT router.
    And I am a little confused about your topology, it could be better to draw a topology. So that I can try to help you.

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    Topology

    Quote Originally Posted by Panda View Post
    Hi dude, it's certain that LAN and WAN can't be in the same subnet. It's a NAT router.
    And I am a little confused about your topology, it could be better to draw a topology. So that I can try to help you.
    Hi and thank you for the reply.
    I hope that this topology clarifies the problem.


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