3 Routers hooked together-No ports getting through
So here is the deal,
I have 3 Routers (1 acting as a router 2 acting as switches).
So the modem comes into my WAN port on my linksys router(192.168.1.3)(Office1) where I turned on port forwarding. An ethernet cable is plugged into that LAN port and on the other end is connected to a netgear router(192.168.1.2)(Garage-central hub for all cables in the house) LAN port. Form the netger router, I have another cable plugged into the LAN port which on the other end is connected to a Belkin router(192.168.1.5)(Office2)LAN port. Connected to this Belkin router is 2 computers (1-WinXP, 1-Linux) on the LAN ports. The windows XP can see all the routers and can surf the internet freely. The Linux box can successfully ping all the Routers and the winXP computer. It can also ping yahoo.com on the internet. However, When I setup my dyndns to point to my IP ADDR I cant reach my Linux box.
I only have DHCP turned on for the Linksys router
I only Have port forwarding turned on for the Linksys router
NAT is disabled on the Belkin Router.
What do I need ot do to forward my ports to the Linux machine?