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Pinned topic Stowize V7000 - Unified - Networking - Multiple subnets

‏2012-03-19T10:16:58Z |
Hello
We have setup V7000 Unified on our primary subnet, and this works just fine :)

But i want to access the same public network from a different subnet, routing is in place and working, but i am not able to access the CIFS shares from subnet nr 2.
We dont want to use NAT, since the same DNS servers are used for the subnets, so CIFS path/access from all subnets should be the same.
Any ideas?
Thanks!

Erlend
Updated on 2012-04-21T21:54:41Z at 2012-04-21T21:54:41Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Stowize V7000 - Unified - Networking - Multiple subnets

    ‏2012-04-09T13:08:12Z  
    Hi,

    I'm not sure you could use multiple gateways...
    I think the V7000U will try to respond with its default gateway and won't use the subnet route.
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: Stowize V7000 - Unified - Networking - Multiple subnets

    ‏2012-04-21T21:54:41Z  
    Hi,

    I'm not sure you could use multiple gateways...
    I think the V7000U will try to respond with its default gateway and won't use the subnet route.
    Update:
    This problem is resolved, turned out to be a firewall issue