N/APosted on - 01/12/2012
I have two networks with the following IP addresses (192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/30) to which my virtual router is connected. I am using the Junos Network Operating System. Is it possible for me to specify the network which should be the traffic source of the system? Here is the situation: the destination of system traffic is 192.168.2.2 and the system traffic from the switches comes from 192.168.2.1.
Can I indicate the traffic source to be 192.168.1.1 which is then made known to all of the enterprise? I would rather not use the a/30 route to get the DHCP Relay working. Can you help me work it out?
Networking question if anyone can help
This is possible but you must include some settings of the junos and the router that you are using. Because there is a great chance of IP conflicting in this case.
I myself use the same thing, 1 IP comes from the wireless router and the other IP comes from the LAN. What I have done is that
connect both to the virtual system. But disable 1 connection.
Go to adapters settings and disable the adapter of anyone that you want to.
After that restart your computer and then start the virtual system. It will now be working on the adapter that you left enabled. Don't do anything else like installing them again or plugging them and removing.
Just plug both and disable 1 that you want to and assign a different IP to the one that is On.