|One of my servers is configured as a router using RRAS, however, it doesn't want to route packets between the LAN interface (10.0.0.208) and the Wireless interface (192.168.1.51) - both are static addresses.|
The LAN clients are configured to use 10.0.0.208 as their gateway, and they can all ping 192.168.1.51. Problem is they can't ping any other devices on the 192.168.1.0 network - or beyond.
Have verified that the RRAS server is configured as a router, and, it has both a default gateway, along with a static route to 192.168.0.0. In addition, this server has no issue getting out to the Internet; demonstrated by this post tonight.
Ideas? Am I overlooking something simple, or could this be something more in depth, such as an issue with routing over wireless - or some driver issue? Am not using a routing protocol, only static routes is use.