I am having the problem connecting to my Routerboard that is set to work as an AP, from my computer. Let me explain the connection.
My computer is connected on simple home router that is further connected to a main routerbord that is also a server/gateway... everything. the router ip address is 192.168.2.x (ether 1) and i need to connect through ether 3 that has ip 192.168.40.254 (witch i can connect over my desktop) to the separate groove ap/routerbord with ip: 192.168.40.1. where i cannot even ping from my desktop. help!
My computer(192.168.2.x)------> routerboard server(192.168.40.254)-----working
My computer(192.168.2.x)------> routerboard server(192.168.40.254)--->AP Groove(192.168.40.1)----not working
routerboard server(192.168.40.254)--->AP Groove(192.168.40.1)----working (ping, terminal, neighbors)
my computer connected over ether 1 to routerboard server
AP Groove connected over ether 3 to routerboard server