I will say that I apologize as I am sure this question has been asked before. I have searched the forms today and still have really not found what I was looking for.
Had an ASA but removed it and now using UT as the gateway. Was really trying to keep the ASA but with the bridge mode and all the jumps I was doing I was getting confused .
The following is my current setup
[INTERNET (static ip)]
[UT] (running all opensource non paid apps except for portal)
: Nic1 - External
: Nic 2 - Internal (192.168.1.x)
: Nic 3 - DMZ (not used)
: Nic 4 - Wireless (192.168.240.x)
[Cisco 2801] (2 interfaces)
: interface FastEthernet0/0.1 (192.168.1.240)
: interface FastEthernet0/0.2 (192.168.1.238)
: interface FastEthernet0/1 (192.168.1.241)
[Cisco 2950] (2 Vlans)
Vlan1 [Clients 192.168.240.x]
So far I have been able to get the routing to work with some static routes pointing to the correct interface of the CISCO 2801. The issue that I am having is this.
Presently our network has 2 ways to get to the internet. The first and primary way is to use our mother company internet connection which is handled with our CISCO gear for all 192.168.xx.xx segment. What I am trying to do is what the ASA provided, the ability to have a secondary internet for some not all devices. These devices that would use the second internet connection with UT would only be for the segment of 192.168.240.x.
I would like to setup the wireless router to be the 192.168.240.x dhcp server and route the traffic outside to the secondary internet connection. To accomplish this I thought that I could use UT. So I setup the 3rd nic (not DMZ) to be 192.168.240.2, then set the router to be 192.168.240.3 to provide DHCP to the devices connected to that router. I would like to still be able to have access to the 192.168.x.x network also. I have tried to add static routes with no success. I can get the wireless to get to the internet, but no luck on the internal network side.
I know that I am missing something, but not sure what. I am wondering if anyone has set this up like I am trying to describe.