Routing to Internet VLAN
my network is working fine except that I am not able to access my internet-based services (mail & web servers) from LAN.
My topology is as follows:
Modem for internet access:
- Port 1: x.x.x.1/24, default gateway
- Port 2: Passthrough for y.y.y.240/28 internet access
- Address x.x.x.34/24
- Switch for all LAN devices
- Connected to modem port 1 for general internet access
- VLAN10 with 3 static IP addresses (y.y.y.240/28) + 1 connection to modem port 2
In this configuration I am not able to access VLAN10 from inside LAN. Basically, I only need the GS748 to capture routes to this specific /28 subnet and forward the rest to the default gateway. Is that possible?
I assume the routes in the GS748 are not used since everything is handled in the default gateway. I could also configure the DHCP server to provide two gateways but this might reduce performance in this scenario.
Is there are a way to solve this?
Re: Routing to Internet VLAN
Welcome to our community!
You may need to configure VLAN routing in order for you to communicate with the other VLAN. But, this switch only supports VLAN routing per interface. May you be able to share your network diagram?
NETGEAR Community Team