Originally Posted by lmsmicro
Actually they are not on the same subnet. your 192.168.2.xx has 254 usable addresses and your 192.168.4.xx has another 254 usable address and they do not speak to each other without an interpretor like router RIP configuration or router OFPF configuration and yet another router configuration and that is EIGRP configuration.
your pc#1 should ping your router and your PC#2 also should ping the router but if you do not setup a router configuration the link between PC1 and PC2 will not work totally different "VLANs"
Sorry this looks like a duplicate on one of your answers. I was also looking at my Cisco books to see if I can help you in that direction.
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Originally Posted by silentcoder89
Guys, i've found the source of the problem, THE FIREWALL!!... :] the iptable script of ROUTER was too confusing, so i just disabled the firewall and everything works!.... Really, thanks guy for helping... I really appreciate all the helps. I hope later i can help other members in case like this...
I have a question, Why don't you use something like untangle, smoothwall, m0n0wall or another OS that is configured to be a firewall / router to safeguard your systems within your network ?? It would be a lot easier to setup one of those?