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No internet Access on VLAN2

 

Hi guys 

I'm currently facing some difficulties to access the internet on one of my vlan's. 

Here is my setup: 

I've got a internet router (ISP) = 192.168.1.1

With a cat5 cable I've connected my router to my layer3 switch= 192.168.1.20.

Below I listed some screesnhots of the IPv4 Interface and the routing. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the configuration of my vlan2 I set up dhcp server with the following settings: 

 

 

My issue is that I get a ip adress and the configured options from the dhcp-server but I'm unable to access the internet. I've set up a static route and can succesfully ping the 192.168.1.x network from my vlan2= 192.168.2.0 network.

 

Do you guys have any idea what could causing this problem. 

On the client side on the network adapter the connectivity status shows no Internet Access. 

If I do a tracert to 8.8.8.8 from the client after two hops:

192.168.2.20 

and 192.168.1.1 I get multiple timed out lines.... 

Thanks for any hint and idea. 

 

Greetings 

Abdi 

 

Ps: I've setup the following route on my ISP router. (192.168.1.1) 

 

 

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Re: No internet Access on VLAN2

You required NAT here for Vlan2, can you post the full configuration and device model and version running the code in the device.

 

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Re: No internet Access on VLAN2

Hi there,

Check on the ISP router that it is configured to NAT 192.168.1.0/24. 

 

It clearly regards 192.168.1.0/24 as 'inside' and will NAT that, but you may have to specify other 'inside' subnets that are to be NAT'd. You may find that the ISP cannot be configured in this way.

 

In which case configure NAT on the RV router with VLAN1 as the 'outside' interface. This way VLAN2 traffic will have been translated before it reaches the ISP router and will have a source IP of 192.168.1.20 so will be NAT'd correctly.

 

cheers,

Seb.