Hi Guys and Gals

Nw6.5sp4, BM3.8sp4

I've got a bordermanager running here, and I need to experiment a bit
with some wireless setup, so I wanted to create a seperate subnet for
the AP.
I finally got the nic to work, so now it's time to set up the ap.
I've got a LAN called 10.11.12.0/255.255.255.0 and I've created a
seperate DMZ for the AP called 10.11.13.0/255.255.255.0.

I've bound the 10.11.13.1 to the bordermanager nic.
The AP is called 10.11.13.2
I've created a couple of filters to start out with.
ping-st from LAN to DMZ
ping-st from server to DMZ.

I can ping the AP from the server, but not from the LAN.
There's a default route set up, pointing to the WAN.

TCPCON shows:
Destination Next Hop Type Cost
Interface
default WAN-IP remote 1 2
10.11.12.0 SERVER-LAN-IP direct 1 1
10.11.13.0 10.11.13.1 direct 1 3
WAN-NET SERVER-PUBLIC-IP direct 1 2
<End of Table>

I can ping the AP from the server, but not from the LAN.

I've tried with filters unloaded, I've tried putting in the route to
10.11.13.0, which shouldn't be necessary when it's a direct attach. I've
tried removing the static routing and reenabling it, I've tried
restarting the server (to make sure the route table got updated).

I've done this a lot of times by now on different installations, and
I've never had that big a problem before.

Any ideas?

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/Fribse