Answer to your question: Second thing, as I understood, you want to reach that top computer 192.168.11.3? Or do you want everything to communicate and be able to reach everything?
I want to have access to the whole IP range (192.168.2.0/24) to have access to all devices This for each RUT950 router. This access is done via the top computer (in the diagram) I specify that the computers at the bottom (represented on the diagram) are automate. They have two IP ports with different IP class. The IP class 192.168.2.0/24 is an internal IP class that does not have a gateway. And the internal IP address is enforced and cannot be changed. At the top of the diagram it is a computer I present my wish differently: The addresses 192.168.11.X, 12.X, 13.X are routes (configured in Zerothier) to access each RUT950 individually. For each 192.168.11.X address I want to access the equipment recorded at RUT950 (replace the X with the last digit of the connected equipment Example: To access the 192.168.2.3 address of a RUT950 N ° 1, it is accessed via the road 192.168.11.3 I see that each route exists (192.168.11.X, 12.X, 13.X) on the top computer
Below is a printout of the routing table On this side it looks good to me.
Below is a printout of the routing table
But the route from 192.168.2.0/24 to gateway 10.147.20.56 does not exist in RUT950
And for months that is where the problem lies.
I added a new route (see print screen below) But it still doesn't work.
I think the packets from the top computer arrive fine in each RUT950 but on the other hand the RU950 does not return the packets (in the gateway 10.147.20.56) Here is the configuration of ZeroThier
Diagram showing the path of a packet (which it would have to do for it to work):
I have two questions :
1) Can we see the packages arriving in the Zerotheir RUT950? and see the lost packets displayed? I think it will help a lot with the diagnoses.
2) Do you have an idea of the configurations to be made in the RUT950 ?, Route, rule or other?
Thank you in advance for your response