That does not matter, the Bullet is in bridge mode.

Regards
Michael Baird
> Is the subnet outside the scope of the ip range the bullet is on? In other 
> words is the bullet on a /24 for example and does the subnet fall within that 
> /24?
>
> Greg
> On Mar 31, 2010, at 2:44 PM, Data Technology wrote:
>
>   
>> I have an M5 bullet in station bridge mode.  This is connected on the 
>> ethernet side to an MT router.
>> Thru another port on the MT router I am nating an office.  The office 
>> computers work fine.
>>
>> I am now trying to route a small subnet to another port on the MT router 
>> in order to feed a local access point at the office.
>> The bridged bullet does not appear to be passing the subnet traffic.
>> Am I doing something wrong (I know, other than bridging in the first place)?
>> I am using version 5.1.2 of AirOS.
>>
>> Now I normally would just use an MT unit with 2 radio cards and mount at 
>> the top of the tower but I had a bullet laying around and wanted to see 
>> what it can do.  I use UBNT for all my cpe's and use the router function 
>> within them.  I also have never used UBNT to try to pass a subnet thru.  
>> I just thought that with the advances that UBNT is making I would test 
>> some of their stuff but I don't want to get away from MT for network 
>> control.
>>
>> LaRoy McCann
>> Data Technology
>>
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