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Please pardon my english.
I have installed Sophos with following configuration.
WAN- Service provider static IP
From Sophos - LAN 1(eth0) to LAN Switch
LAN Switch - Router 1 (LAN: 192.168.2.1 and WAN 192.168.1.2)
LAN Switch - Router 2 (LAN: 192.168.3.1 and WAN 192.168.1.3)
How i can connect Router 1 to Router 2?
Please help me out. Thank you in advance.
can you provide a little diagramm / ACSII Graphics to show us your setup?
What are you trying to achieve?
In reply to jprusch:
Here i would like to share data between router 1 and router 2.
I do not know much about Rules and Firewall so it would be great if you advise exactly what i need to add in sophos firewall.
Thank you in advance.
In reply to super duper:
are these "routers" or are they wifi access points like in your diagramm?
If you just want to have "one big LAN" with two access points, I would recommend another setup.
Can you give details on the routers, please?
Is this a Sophos hardware or your own"appliance"? How many network interfaces does it have?
Yes they are wifi routers, one netgear r7000 and second netgear r8000 with dd-wrt
We have sophos hardware sm105 with eth0(LAN), eth1(WAN), eth2(DMZ) and eth3(HA)
Let me know if you need any other information.
ok, your infos clarify a bit.
Despite the labels "LAN", "WAN", "DMZ" and "HA" at the Sophos ports, you can use "DMZ" and/or "HA" as additional internal ports, if you don't have HA or a DMZ-Zone in place.
Can you please explain, what you try to achieve?
Question1: Do you want the two LANs to be separated?
Question2: If you just want to have "one big LAN" with two access points, I would recommend another setup than you suggested in your picture.
Question3: Are these Accesspoints bridging their Wifi-Zone to the LAN or do you route?