Need a network expert to fix the issue where the Dish Joey receiver will not link up with the Dish hopper located on a separate lan.
NETWORK A [login to view URL]
Modem connected to Router 1
Router 1 connected to Switch 1 (Ip [login to view URL]
Dish Hopper Connected to Switch 1 (Ip [login to view URL])
NETWORK B [login to view URL]
Router 2 connected to Switch 1 (using DMZ to share the internet connection on Router 1) Ip [login to view URL]
Motorcoach: Router 2 connected to switch 2
Joey connected to Switch 2 in the motor coach (Ip [login to view URL])
Clients connected to router 1 ([login to view URL]) can ping other clients on router2 ([login to view URL])
Joey gets an ip address ([login to view URL]) but is not linking to the Hopper on [login to view URL]
So I think the goal is to keep the Dish joey Ip address as [login to view URL] but the Hopper on the other network should see it as the joey is on the same Lan for it to link up
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You need to check your routing table for both routers. You need to add for all, I would gladly help you with this.