Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2018 16:39 Post subject: 1:1/One-To-One NAT setup assistance
Hello I am running into some issues following the 1:1 setup guide for my application.
I am working for a machinery builder that has a small 192.168.1.xxx network running inside a few machines and would like to be able to access two devices inside them all at the same time (192.168.1.10 & .11). All machines right now are using the same IP addresses and cannot be changed - so I was hoping to put them via a 1:1 NAT onto the shop floor network using 10.10.10.xxx (i.e. machine #1 @10.10.10.10 & .11; machine #2 @ 10.10.10.20 & .21) I have used the Phoenix NAT hardware (https://www.phoenixcontact.com/online/portal/ca?uri=pxc-oc-itemdetail:pid=2702139&library=caen&tab=1) in the past and it worked really well for this application, however I was hoping to save a couple of bucks and use this dd-wrt on a spare router (WDNR3700v3) to get this setup. I plan on putting one temporarily inside each machine and connecting the WAN port to the shop floor network. There is no "internet connection" or anything fancy that I would like this to do - I do not need any security or firewalls as this is all going to be an isolated network inside the shop floor not talking to the internet.
Right now I am trying to get the first device setup and it does not seem to be cooperating even with following the One-To-One setup guide. I have the machine plugged into LAN port 1 and my laptop plugged into the WAN port for testing. The devices inside the machine have a gateway address matching the router address. I have setup the WAN as static with an address of 10.10.10.1 Router IP hasn't been changed at 192.168.1.1, DHCP has been turned off.
Is there something that I need to for the VLAN? How should this look? I have reset the router to factory defaults many times and am running Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r36808 mini (08/30/1
Are there any other items that should be selected or modified in the GUI to get this going?
Posted: Wed Oct 14, 2020 20:37 Post subject: Similar question
Hello, I am in a very similar situation with a piece of equipment.
Using the above code I am able to 1:1 NAT the addresses and ping them with no issues. I am curious the best way to 'open' port communication while using a 1:1 NAT? I need to telnet down to the device, any help is appreciated.