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Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

(OP)
Hi

I have two subnets behind an AG241 router. I can't do any forwarding to the second subnet as the forwarding page only shows the primary IP range. Is there a way to do this? I can't find any information on this.

I would like to VNC to a pc on the 2nd subnet.
 
Thanks
Andres

RE: Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

(OP)
Can this be done ?

RE: Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

How are the 2 subnets being created?  Are there 2 routers behind the AG241?

RE: Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

(OP)
Hi

AG241 (192.168.5.1) is connected to a firewall wan port on 192.168.5.2/24. The firewall LAN port is 192.168.40.0/24 and also has another subnet 192.168.45.0/24 - both subnets are routed to the wan port and work for internet ok.

I need to VNC to machines on both subnets externally. The two subnets on on the same LAN switches and not separated.

Thanks
Andres

RE: Forwarding ports to anotrher subnet

It would be much simpler if you had the 2nd subnet behind a 2nd router. In the first place, why do you have 2 subnets connected to the same switch?  Why not just put all hosts on a single subnet?

If you had the 2nd subnet behind a 2nd router you would simply have to forward to the WAN port address of the second router and have it forward to the host on the second subnet.



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