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Cisco Rv320 multiple subnet connections

Hi all, 

 

I seem to be having a few issues connecting the RV320 to multiple subnets.

 

What I have is a 4g cellular router acting as a gateway on subnet 192.168.2./24 which is connected to WAN1 on the RV320.

 

The RV320 is setup as a gateway for subnet 192.168.1./24 and has port forwarding set up so I can remotely access an automation server operating at 192.168.1.100.

 

What I now need to do, is provide a connection to the 192.168.1./24 subnet from an existing subnet operating on site. This subnet has its own router and I have no control of it. The subnet is operating on 192.168.50./24

 

I want to be able to route information between 192.168.1./24 and 192.168.50./24 as well as 192.168.2./24 and 192.168.1./24. Predominantly BACNet IP UDP port 47808 and a web server operating on port 443 locally. 

 

Is this even possible?

 

thanks for any help in advance