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Dual LAN on one NIC and routing

I'm trying replace three Windows XP workstations with new ones running Windows 7 Pro, on a network which I did not setup and can't change. The old workstations had one NIC each with the following IPv4 ...
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1answer
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Easiest routing solution for a typical firewall with WiFi routers setup - WAN-2-hops-away network

Suppose a local network connected to the internet via a single firewall router. Devices that connect directly (= using only layer 2 devices) to that router are: hosts WiFi routers providing the ...
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1answer
169 views

One IP for whole LAN, provide access to local server outside the LAN [closed]

I have a LAN with multiple PCs and some servers. I would like to provide access to one of the servers from outside the LAN. The problem for me is I have one IP address for the whole LAN. The server is ...
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2answers
73 views

Separate 2 networks with 1 Windows Server

The situation is: I have 1 router 192.168.1.1, 1 switch, 1 windows server and a basic LAN of devices accessing it. I need to split into 2 separate LANs with full Internet access each, but isolated ...
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2answers
372 views

Can a computer route IP trafic between two LAN if it is not configured as gateway? [closed]

Having two LAN, each one have its own gateway, DHCP and internet connexion LAN 1 - IPs: 192.168.0.0-255, Mask: 255.255.254.0, Gateway: 192.168.0.1 LAN 2 - IPs: 192.168.1.1-255, Mask: 255.255.254.0, ...
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1answer
225 views

TCP/IP routing: accessing a LAN device with wrong static IP configuration

I forgot to change the static IP of a network device before moving it from my datacenter network to my home LAN. Since it isn't configured properly for my LAN network, I'm not sure how to access it. ...
2
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3answers
200 views

Routing domain on lan

I have LAN setup with public server on it. The server is accessible via domain example.com. If I access example.com from within lan, it goes over my ISP. I wish it went just over my local network. ...
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1answer
177 views

How to force a host to not send a broadcast for an IP address in its own subnet?

For a LAN, instead of a switch, I have built a topology where each machine is connected to a router. Each host is assigned an IP address from 10/8. Here are the interface details: Lets say I ping ...
2
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3answers
4k views

Routing WIFI and LAN for specific traffic

I have two network devices aboard my macbook pro: WIFI (en1): Used for general traffic. Connects to an ip of 192.168.19.* via DHCP LAN (en0): Used for specific traffic. Connects to an ip of ...
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1answer
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Are Link-Local routes necessary (IPv4)?

I noticed in my routes output in RHEL6 (and most 2.6.x series Linux), for every interface I see the creation of the following route in my kernel routing table: 169.254.0.0 0.0.0.0 ...
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2answers
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How ISPs will assign IPs /subnets for end users in IPv6

Consider two scenarios: The end user has a simple computer, dual-stack The end user has a LAN behind a dual-stack router How will ISPs differentiate each one of these kind of users in IPv6? An ...
2
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2answers
272 views

Networking several devices with the same IP

I have a bunch of embedded devices that I need to flash with a custom OS. On each device, the boot-loader (U-Boot) has a fixed IP of 192.168.100.2 and on boot it looks for a TFTP server at ...
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1answer
5k views

DrayTek Vigor 2920(n): VPN with VLAN restrictions?

I'm currently installing a DrayTek Vigor 2920n router in a new office. This router is to be used for 2 seperate companies. For one of these companies, the router has a LAN-2-LAN (VPN) connection to a ...
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1answer
274 views

windows server 2003 subdomain routing to lan

I have Windows Server 2003 with two network cards. 1 network card is connected to the router and router is connected to internet. 2nd cards is connected to switch and there are another 5 PC’s ...
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4answers
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How to route different traffic thru different network interfaces (in Windows)

I've searched for details on how to do this but I've been unsuccessful - I wondered if someone could offer up some advice. So, let's say I have 2 network cards (LAN and 3G in my instance), both ...
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1answer
511 views

DMZ - LAN and Webserver

i know that DMZ should contain servers that acts as a middle point between the trusted area like LAN and the other semi or non trusted area like internet or another DMZ. based on this declaration our ...
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3answers
344 views

Local area network connection to server messes up a router somehow [closed]

I know this is not exactly a programming question but programmers know about routing so this is a good source to get answers to my problem. I am running a ventrilo server in my home network in Linux ...
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6answers
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How do I point my browser to a specific NIC on my machine

I am on a local area network that has no external access to the internet. However I have been tasked to find a way to allow certain machines to access the web (HTTP, HTTPS, etc) via a wireless card ...