We have a flat network and some of our uints are in bridge mode on Non Routable IPs. In order for them to connect to cnMaestro we set up a router to do NAT. It was working for the longest time but now some of my units won't connect to Maestro.
I've got the router set to have a 10.1.29.100/19 address on it's LAN
I have a Routable IP set on the WAN side.
I grabbed a unit that was previously connected without a problem for testing. It was seeing Maestro just fine before.
The unit has an IP of 10.1.13.5/19.
Going into the unit's ping tool and tyring to ping www.google.com and it fails. It won't even show dropped packets it just won't ping.
If I ping 10.1.29.100 It gets replies.
I thought it was a NAT issue in the router but when I change the Unit IP from 10.1.13.5/19 to 10.1.29.105/19 It pings google just fine.
I even tried the reverse by moving the LAN address of the router to be on 10.1.13.100/19 with the unit still on 10.1.13.5/19 and it works fine there too.
It's almost like the unit is ignoring all the sudden that it's on a /19 subnet and is only wanting to be a /24.
Any thoughts .
BTW the router I'm using is a cnPilot R201