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    Master Untangler adrianp918's Avatar
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    Default One wan multiple public ip address two separate networks

    I have one modem with 6 public ip address assigned to it, each public ip address has it's own router...ip #1 has two internal networks

    192.168.3.1
    192.168.4.1

    ip # 2 (untangle)

    192.168.5.1
    192.168.6.1


    my question is how do i get the networks to see one another?..


    my pc's on network 5.1 need to see servers on 4.1 and vice-versa..
    I know just enough to be dangerous.....to my self only ofcourse :)

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    You have two separate Internet connections and networks, and you want the two networks to see each other?
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Phone: 866-794-8879 x201
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    perhaps if the router for IP #1 were replaced with an Untangle, you could establish an OpenVPN tunnel between the two. You'd have to export all the networks, and probably add a couple of static routes, but it ought to work. Without a vpn tunnel, things will be anywhere from really ugly to impossible.

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    One Internet connection with multiple public ip address and each address has its own router, I want router a to be able to see router b and the networks be able to share resources from each other ..
    I know just enough to be dangerous.....to my self only ofcourse :)

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    The easiest way to do this is replace both routers with a single three interface Untangle.

    One internet link, two internal networks.

    If you want to keep the separate routers, then you need a third router to bridge the two networks. and static routes to connect everything.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Email: support@nexgenappliances.com

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    yeah Rob i think i will go with the replacement and make life simpler
    I know just enough to be dangerous.....to my self only ofcourse :)

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