We have an RV082 Linksys/Cisco router with a normal configuration of the WAN port connected to the internet, and the LAN port configured as 192.168.188.1.
This might be a simple question, but I have never tried it before. We are going to connect another router on the LAN at 192.168.188.2. If I add a route into the RV082 like so:
IP: 192.168.166.0 mask: 255.255.255.0 gate: 192.168.188.2 hop: 1 interface: LAN
Will this successfully send packets destined for 192.168.166.0 from our internal LAN over to 192.168.188.2?
The RV082 is in
Gateway Mode as opposed to
Router Mode, so it is doing NAT.
Has anyone done this, or is it impossible?