It would look like all you would need is a route from f to the Internet. I would need a little more information about the configuration of your network. Are each of these different subnets in one location or are they in different locations? If they are at different locations how are they connected to each other? Are the IPs on your PC statically assigned or are you using DHCP? If you can provide more information about the configuration of your network it would help.
Different locations connected by wireless bridges in VLANS.
I have attached both of the configs as text files.
This is the configuration that seems to work.
Jasper is site A
300 Perry is site F
DHCP is not set up yet, but the clients at Jasper will get their IP addresses from the Jasper router with 192.168.50.1 as their default gateway.
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The easiest way to set up Internet access for one subnet would be to create default routes through each of the routers and create an access control list at site F. Site F would control the access to the Internet depending on the rules you create in the ACL's. You can create rules based on the IP address or you can create rules based on the subnet the PC's reside in. So in the future if you want to let other subnets access the Internet all you have to do is "allow" that subnet through the rules that you create. Below is a link that shows you how to configure the ACL's:
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