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    Hello
    Thanks for reading my post
    Sorry if this is a duplicate, my previous posts are not been displayed

    I am a Newbie at setting up a ZeroShell router, think I done rather well so far, but I can’t figure out how to configure the final step

    My setup
    Exsi system with three network cards (run two networks one virtual and one physical)

    Network Card 1 ETH00 DHCP internet router (management port) 192. 168.0.1 as its DFG
    Network Card 2 ETH01 192.168.90.1 255.255.255.0
    Network Card 3 ETH02 192.168.60.1 255.255.255.0

    I am trying to set up a new test environment for XenDesktop with one network hosting the enterprise part of the network and the seconded hosting the VMS on a XenServer.
    The network will act has each network Default gateway (DFG) both networks should have access to the internet and should be able to communicate with one another (same domain)

    Configuration
    Configured the network interfaces on my router with the above information
    ETH00 has NAT enabled
    Created a DNS FWD to 192. 168.0.1 my internet router DFG
    Turned off Windows Firewall on everything

    The issue
    Both networks have internet access but are unable to communicate with one another

    Host1 192.168.90.11 – Internet access works
    Ping 192.168.90.1 – its own DFG
    Ping 192.168.60.1 – other DFG
    Ping 192.168.90.12 – Failed to Ping host on the other side
    Same if I try from the other side

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