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comment Static Route for Windows
Looks like i had to disable natting like you said @massimo
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accepted Static Route for Windows
Jan
24
comment Static Route for Windows
So i can go from PC to Router A but i cant go the other way because im natting on Windows Server A? @Massimo
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
Yes it does. I can ping from 10.200 to 192
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
Nat is enabled but i need it enabled.
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
There has to be routes from my understanding
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
Firewall is already disabled nothing
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
Got it, So how do i enable that? @jlehtinen
Jan
19
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Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
I get it, but i dont know what to do in windows to pass it to the LAN side from the WAN
Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
14833 54.638263000 192.168.20.1 10.200.0.1 ICMP 98 Echo (ping) request id=0x0b1c, seq=6/1536, ttl=64 (no response found!)
Jan
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comment Static Route for Windows
Its already enabled, thats why i am asking what static route to make to make mee access it from wan side
Jan
19
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Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
I added the static routes up above
Jan
19
revised Static Route for Windows
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Jan
19
comment Static Route for Windows
The 10.200.0.0/16 subnet can access 192.x.xx.x but not the other way around
Jan
19
asked Static Route for Windows
Jan
6
comment Windows Server 2008, Route LAN IP to choice of Gateway
Is there a way to essentially route traffic that is on a LAN IP to another gateway or IP on the WAN side? imagine like routing it through another interface. Same concept
Jan
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asked Windows Server 2008, Route LAN IP to choice of Gateway
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comment Are MAC ID passed via DHCP Relay
So the DHCP Server will see the MAC ID of the computer on the other end if dhcp relay is enabled on the router yes? Even if its through the internet? and not LOcal?