Hi all expert, I would like to achieve the below configuration using windows 10 PC, would it be possible to do that? or need to purchase additional hardware? Currently I am only able to ping both side 192.168.194.75 (HR Windows Server) and 192.168.194.77 (PC1).
Doing what you need on Windows I haven’t seen it working reliably.
The best way to do it is using a linux PC to make the bridge or use it as a NAT device.
If you can get a Linux PC, you could follow these instructions:
As NAT device:
Yes, it’s possible if you enable NAT and Packet Forwarding on the windows machine. However, in this particular case it won’t work since you are using the same subnet on both sides.
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