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NetVanta 6355 - Connecting multiple LAN

NetVanta 6355 - Connecting multiple LAN

NetVanta 6355 - Connecting multiple LAN

I'm pretty sure I'm missing something small, or maybe even attempting something that's not feasible.

Here's the lay of the land.

WAN @ eth0/0 w/Public IP
VLAN 1 @ eth0/1-24: DHCP Served 10.1.3.x/24

This setup works great, no problems, even have a VPN tunnel to remote branch working no sweat.

We have an existing network in house (it is run by our landlord who provides some printers and file storage privileges) and I've been trying to connect the NetVanta to it and keep bashing my head against the wall.

What I've tried is creating another VLAN and assigning it to one of the gige ports, assigning a static ip address and can successfully ping the port on the landlord section of the lan. However for the life of me, I can't seem to get traffic routed from to any thing on the and It's driving me batty.

Is what I'm attempting possible? I'm pretty confident it is... Logs show that the traffic destined for is trying to go out the public interface and is getting NATed. So my assumption is that my routing tables aren't setup correctly...

Could anyone point me in the right direction please?

Much appreciated!

-Jordan W.

RE: NetVanta 6355 - Connecting multiple LAN

i don't think it's your routing config as the 192.168.0/24 is a directly connected network (although, make sure that the landlord equipment has a route to your 10.1.3/24 network). i'm not familiar with Adtrans, but try exempting the traffic from 10.1.3/24 to 192.168.0/24  NAT.

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