Re: 192.168.0.0/24 subnet routing

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zutthich
Member

In my case there was an issue derived from having added a new IP address to the LAN interface without deleting the setup 192.168.0.75 address.

Since the routing table still had the route for the original subnet, that created a problem with my specific settings. The environment ZS is in already contains an 192.168.0.0/24 subnet and the ZS routing instruction did not let packets return to the sender.

Dutifully deleting the original 192.168.0.75 address from the LAN interface fixed the problem.