I read this post:
and wasn't sure if I should comment on it or ask a new question, so here I am.
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I have a DHCP server setup with a 192.168.5.x and a 192.168.7.x superscope. These plugin to a 3com 4800G (Core Switch). I have routes setup for the 5.x, 7.x, and to the fiber that connects to 4 other buildings running their own superscopes. (AD/DHCP servers in each building). I have recently installed a Smoothwall Express 3.0 appliance to temporarily replace my failing Adtran NetVanta 3120. I am able to access internet from the 5.x network, but unable to do so with the 7.x network. Connection between building is fine. The internal NIC of the SmoothWall is addressed at 192.168.5.7. If I use the following command will it create the route needed for 7.x network to connect?
ip route add 192.168.7.0/24 via 192.168.5.0
My Linux skills are growing, but this environment is not where I want to "test" my ideas. Also, to remove the same route could I use the "ip route delete 192.168.7.0/24"?