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    Quote Originally Posted by januttall View Post
    have you got your interface IP's Set with the correct Sub-net Masks it sounds although your sub netting the 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 into 10.0.1.0 and 10.0.2.0 255.255.255.0 this may be some of the reason its not working correctly, also are there any ACL's Set up on the router if so you may wish to turn them off till you can verify that there not causing the issue.

    if your router goes
    Internet > SMOOTHWALL > Main Network > Router > Wi-Fi
    you shouldn't need to set anything in the smooth wall box. unless its to do with filtering restrictions network wise it should be OK
    if the router plugs direct into the smothwall box then. A. Why do you need a router. B. you will need to change Network settings on it somewhere.
    Both interfaces have the correct SNMs: 22 bit on existing network and 24 on new subnet. There are no ACLs - the router has been reset to factory settings and has only basic configuration.

    Internet > SMOOTHWALL > Main Network > Router > Wi-Fi is exactly how it is.

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    you may need to advertise or set up a route back to your new network on what ever is doing your routing AKA YOUR main networks Default route or alternatively, use NAT-PAT on your CISCO router with the Wi-Fi on and you wont have to set any other return routes anywhere.
    Last edited by januttall; 14th March 2013 at 12:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin--turbo View Post
    have you got the route set up on the smoothwall back to the other lan.
    Networking >> Routing >> Subnets has Network 10.1.100.0 Netmask 255.255.255.0 Gateway 10.1.100.1 Metric 0 Enabled

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36Degrees View Post
    Networking >> Routing >> Subnets has Network 10.1.100.0 Netmask 255.255.255.0 Gateway 10.1.100.1 Metric 0 Enabled
    That's going to fail then.


    change it to
    10.1.100.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 10.1.1.2 metric 0 enabled.

    Rob

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    BTW,

    have you have changed your networks since your first posting? as they differ to your later posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin--turbo View Post
    BTW,

    have you have changed your networks since your first posting? as they differ to your later posts.

    Rob
    I'm not using the actual network addresses in my posts (don't really know why!), but thought using 100 would make it clearer and also decided to specify that subnet is /24 whereas /22 is the main.

    In all honesty I'm starting to think I am wasting too much time that I don't have trying to resolve a problem that should be way down my priorities.

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    change the route on the smothwall as I have sugested and it should in theory start to work.

    the smoothwall needs to have the gateway for the new network pointing to the cisco's interface that is on the main network not the new wifi one.

    Rob
    Last edited by twin--turbo; 14th March 2013 at 12:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by januttall View Post
    you may need to advertise or set up a route back to your new network on what ever is doing your routing AKA YOUR main networks Default route or alternatively, use NAT-PAT on your CISCO router with the Wi-Fi on and you wont have to set any other return routes anywhere.
    Main router is LEA controlled so I can't access it. I did a Cisco course through the OU about 8 years ago and on a normal week I would struggle to remember any of it - this week I can just about remember my own name.

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    If your default route is LEA controlled you need to set NAT and PAT on your router it's the only way of getting data back to your Cisco router.

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    Quote Originally Posted by januttall View Post
    If your default route is LEA controlled you need to set NAT and PAT on your router it's the only way of getting data back to your Cisco router.
    The routing between the Internal networks is not right yet so that needs resolved first.

    If the smoothwall is doing Proxy then NAT may not be needed.

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    OK - we're progressing!! I can now ping the Smoothwall box from the subnet and I can access the Smoothwall box through IE. I can also access our VLE using it's public IP address so if I throw in a little DNS we should be cooking with gas.

    Huge thanks to everyone for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36Degrees View Post
    OK - we're progressing!! I can now ping the Smoothwall box from the subnet and I can access the Smoothwall box through IE. I can also access our VLE using it's public IP address so if I throw in a little DNS we should be cooking with gas.

    Huge thanks to everyone for your help.
    And the solution?

    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin--turbo View Post
    And the solution?

    Rob
    Configure Smoothwall and more importantly do so with the correct gateway settings!

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    Excellent

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