I have a 3 windows 7 machines that each have more than one Ethernet port. One of them is one Network A and Network B and the other 2 are only on Network B. Diagram:
Network A Network B (192.168.1.x) (10.40.101.x) | -> Computer 1 <- | | -> Device 1 | -> Computer 2 | ... \ -> Computer 3 \ -> Device 4
However network A has 4 devices that I would like to be able to browse to from the machines on Network B. I Imagine a bridged connection is the way to go but what do I need to do to ensure the requests to these IPs are sent toward my devices and not dropped along the way because they are in different subnets?
- I do not have the authority to change these subnets (dictated by the customer) but these are static and will not ever be changed.
- Just browsing to their IP. For instance I need to browse to 192.168.1.27:8087 and so on. (Same port, 4 different IPs)
- No firewalls are in use on these computers.
I asked on Network Engineering and got directed here.