This question is kind of a take off of http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Q_21477995.html
I'd really like to get this solved. Unfortunately I believe my knowledge of general TCP/IP is preventing me from completely understanding the suggestions that have been made to me.
As I explained in the post mentioned above, I just need to be able to access the 192.168.3.xxx network from the 192.168.4.xxx network. Both are in the same building and both have separate DSL's.
I believe the firewalls should be able to handle some kind of routing that allows the two networks to talk.
I guess I would first connect the two with ethernet...then configure routes on both of the firewalls...
Specifically...the watchguard (192.168.3.xxx network)
In the watchguard admin interface:
there is an area to add a route
there is two choices (radio buttons): "Net" or "Host"
If "Net" is chosen the input fields are "Network Address (slash notation)" and "Gateway"
If "Host" is chosen the input fields are "IP Address" and "Gateway"
Specifically...the Hotbrick (192.168.4.xxx network)
In the Hotbrick admin interface are the following fields:
"Interface" (drop down with choices: WAN1, WAN2, LAN)
What would I enter in those fields to get the two networks talking?
I hope this is not to stupid of a question...