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Is it Possible to pass through 3 networks to get to an application?

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Is it Possible to pass through 3 networks to get to an application?

dewbryant
I wanted to ask, but dont know if this is a stupid question but can u do a route add between 3 networks. ex: 192.168.0.0 , 192.168.1.0 , 192.168.4.0 .

I want to get from 0.0 passthrough 1.0 to get to 4.0. Will it work? and how?
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    JPElectron

    Sure it will work, assuming each router will pass traffic to the next router.
    There are many ways to do this, static routes, double NAT, or simply one router connected to another. You would need to provide a little more info on which network is 0.0 vs. 1.0 vs. 4.0 and how they are connected to your workstation.

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    dewbryant

    what i meant is getting from 0.0 passing through 1.0 to get to 4.0 and going to another network like 172.16.3.0... or do u need more clarification?

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    cmiller5400

    Sure it is possible. As long as the 0.0 is connected to a device that knows how to get to 1.0, and it is connected to a device that knows how to get to 4.0 etc.

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    JPElectron

    Sure it will work, assuming each router will pass traffic to the next router.
    There are many ways to do this, static routes, double NAT, or simply one router connected to another. You would need to provide a little more info on which network is 0.0 vs. 1.0 vs. 4.0 and how they are connected to your workstation.

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    dewbryant

    what i meant is getting from 0.0 passing through 1.0 to get to 4.0 and going to another network like 172.16.3.0... or do u need more clarification?

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    cmiller5400

    Sure it is possible. As long as the 0.0 is connected to a device that knows how to get to 1.0, and it is connected to a device that knows how to get to 4.0 etc.