I have been trying to configure my router for routing between subnets, unfortunately with no luck.
Here is my situation -
I have 2 networks which need to communicate with each other, no internet involved.
RV016 router with IP: 192.168.0.2
there are cameras, PC's, PLC's conected to this network all with static IP address's.
no router - all machines on this network have static IP's in the range 192.168.1.xxx and are connected via unmanaged switches.
I need one of the PC's on network A to communicate with a PLC on network B.
I have tried to connect network B to A by connecting from a switch on network B to a LAN port on network A router and configuring the router for multiple subnets.
I would really appreciate it if someone couold give me some pointers / steps to follow to make this work - my backup plan is to use another RV016 router configured to network B ip address. But I dont have that yet.
You're correct the multiple subnet feature is what to use. To configure this-
Go to the IPv4 tab and tick the enable multiple subnet box then click add/edit. On the next window type in a LAN IP address which can be anything you want... for argument sake I will say 192.168.100.1. Then type in the subnet mask, we will say 255.255.255.0. Click OK.
Now, you'd need to configure the computers as an example such as-
IP address 192.168.100.100
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