The network mask is 255.255.255.0, which means 192.168.1.* can't see 192.168.27.*.
Are you sure because if I plug a PC directly on the Freebox switch, so its IP is 192.168.0.x and the Router of the Freebox is 192.168.0.254.
And with this PC (IP: 192.168.0.x), I can access to the FTP of the HD TV Box (IP: 192.168.27.1)
I don't use the TV with my Freebox, is it mandatory to connect it to the Freebox as a router ?
No… the Freebox can be configured as bridge or router for TV.
I would recommend you disable the DHCP server on your Netgear if you want to keep the Freebox as a router
It doesn't change nothing.
Don't use the WAN port on the netgear… use only the LAN ports for the PCs and the other router.
I can't because I use VPN connexion. So I must use the WAN port.
You can access it using hd1.freebox.fr or 220.127.116.11
The 192.168.27.0/24 is probably a client-to-client network between the Freebox HD and Freebox Router, and it is not routed through the Freebox Router.
Yes I know but I would like to use it in my home even if there is no Internet connexion.
I know it's possible because I've found a tutorial to do this. but I can't find it anymore.
PS: I should speak french for this thread! LOL