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Subject: CIPE-WIN32 Routing Configuration
From: "Matthew Kurowski" <matthew,AT,kurowski,DOT,org>
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 21:15:16 +0100

Chicago is a Windows 2000 Professional Workstation.
New York is a Windows NT 4 Server running SP6A.
Both are running CIPE-Win32 2.0-pre2.
Matthew is tired and sick and needs food. ;-)

Here is the diagram for reference:

               Internet               Internet
                  ^                      ^
                  |                      |                           
                  |ppp0                  |eth1                       hostz
                  |199.245.227.73        |64.13.234.202        10.10.0.100
                  |                      |                               |
               chicago                new-york                           |
                     \                 /    \                            |
                      \_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/      \-----------------+---------+
                   cipe7          cipe10      eth0             |       
            192.168.70.1    192.168.69.1      10.10.0.1        |
                                                               |       
                                                              hosty
                                                              10.10.0.101

The CIPE devices are configured like this (I've used the Linux conventions):

                  chicago                           new-york
                  cipe7                             cipe10
ipaddr            192.168.70.1                      192.168.69.1
ptpaddr           192.168.69.1                      192.168.70.1
me                199.245.227.73:666                64.13.234.202:666
peer              64.13.234.202:666                 199.245.227.73:666
static routes     192.168.70.1/24 gw cipe7          192.168.69.1/24 dev
cipe10
                  192.168.69.1/24 gw 192.168.70.1   192.168.70.1/24 gw
192.168.69.1
                  default dev ppp0                  default dev eth1

I've tried to add the respective gw's as an interface on the other subnet as
follows:

chicago:
route add 192.168.69.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.69.1

new-york:
route add 192.168.70.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.70.1

Such route statements return with an error 87 on NT 4 and the same type of
error (without the number) in 2000. That error basically says that you can't
specify a gateway device that's not on a directly connected subnet.


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