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Cisco to DDWRT Routing

Cisco to DDWRT Routing

(OP)
Hi all,

I would like to merge 2 separate LANS to share a single WAN connection. The WAN is a residential Comcast cable line and one LAN is using a DD-WRT and another LAN is using a Cisco 1760 router. the DDWRT is also hosting the internet connection internally.

How can I make the Cisco redirect WAN traffic to the DDWRT?

I have the following setup
A Cisco 1760 (192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0)
A DD-WRT hosting one of the LANs plus WAN (192.168.2.1/255.255.255.0)
A Netgear Layer 3 switch half the switch is split into 2 VLANS (VLAN 200 and 300)
Also another DD-WRT is being used as both a wireless router, plus routing another LAN for just servers only. That has not been set up yet though.

How should I tackle this?

RE: Cisco to DDWRT Routing

Hi


your question is not clear what you require help with, you have two devices Cisco & DD-WRT, what are they connected to? another thing the WAN that your referring what device is connected to? how are the three devices Cisco, DD-WRT and Netgear connected?

RE: Cisco to DDWRT Routing

(OP)
How is this not clear Mr?

I have the following setup
A Cisco 1760 (192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0) [NOT TIED TO THE WAN DIRECTLY]
A DD-WRT hosting one of the LANs plus WAN (192.168.2.1/255.255.255.0) [TIED TO THE WAN DIRECTLY]
A Netgear Layer 3 switch half the switch is split into 2 VLANS (VLAN 200 and 300) [2 SEPARATE LAN TRAFFIC]
Also another DD-WRT is being used as both a wireless router, plus routing another LAN for just servers only. That has not been set up yet though. [WIRELESS AND WIRED ACCESS TO JUST SEVERS]

Does this help?

TIA

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