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#6189
Managing Static Routes 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
Hi, I am wondering if I need to add a static rout to my eth1 for my wireless router if my network setttings are configured like this: My eth1 is set to 192.168.0.1 and my wireless router ip is 192.168.0.2. Is there a need to create a static route using 192.168.0/24 via 192.168.0.1 since they are on the same subnet?

I have read that you would if I were to have set it up using 192.168.99.x

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Re:Managing Static Routes 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
Hi Krod,

I am not sure and if it works for you, I would not change it.
Otherwise ... my eth0 is the connection to my router and eth1 to my LAN, but I cannot confirm if this makes any difference.

Your question about static routes will have to wait for someone else to answer that.
All I know is that my eth0 is configured as DHCP and my eth1 has a static ip.

Greetings,

John
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Re:Managing Static Routes 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
Hi John, thanks for your reply. I am not going to add it as a static rout because everything works fine as is, the web proxy, content filter are working as is.
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Re:Managing Static Routes 4 Years, 8 Months ago  
you only need to add static routes if there is no obvious route from one subnet / network to another. By default ClearOS will setup static routes for each of your interfaces. I think from your post you have ClearOS as the gateway, connected to the LAN port of your wireless router which has a static IP, nothing wrong with that setup
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