I have two networks. 192.168.0.1 and 192.168.1.1. I have them setup on the router and when I am on the 1.1 network I can ping the default gateway of the 0.1 network but cannot ping any clients beyond that. I have a procurve switch behind the router and cannot ping the vlan ip address of 0.2 from the other network. Id like these two networks to have no security at all between them. I utilize the second vlan for work I do with other companies and its nice to use their ip addressing structure while in my home office for setting up switches and servers.
I also verified that on my procurve switch that the switch can actually ping hosts on all networks without issue. Some how the tomato is getting in the way and I cannot figure it out. Is there something I have to do with the firewall for traffic to be allowed from one vlan to another. This isnt default behavior on a router all Cisco and HP both allow all access from vlan to vlan. The only way to block that is creating ACLs.
Do you have those 2 networks setup on the switchports or with 2 seperate ssid? From where do you use the ping? From the routers webinterface or at a client?
Those two networks are wired. My internal switch HP 2848 can ping everything no problem, but the clients cannot ping to the other networks at all.
If I create a third network(192.168.10.0/24) and just put the router and the switch in it then the two internal networks(192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.0.0/24) can route great no problems but the clients cannot get out to the internet but the switch can. If I put a client on the 192. 168.10.0/24 network it can get to the internet just fine. Its totally bizarre. Ive set this up many times before just never with a Tomato device and its driven me crazy. :) Im missing something on the Tomato.