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Subject: RE: M$ Network
From: Roskanuk Michal <Michal.Roskanuk,AT,merlin,DOT,cz>
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2001 14:04:11 +0100

> Does anybody have experience setting global Network 
> Neighborhood for two subnets connected with cipe VPN?
> Something like this:
> 
> net 192.168.1.0/18 <- router -> 157.2.2.2 <- internet
>                   10.0.0.1 (vpn)
> 
> internet -> 212.45.3.2 <- rotuer -> net 192.168.128.0/18
>                       10.0.0.2 (vpn)
> 
> Should I set 10.0.0.1 to act as WINS serwer and configure all 
> machines from
> 192.168.x.x networks to use it?

I'm not sure if i understand your schema (next time be more
precious). Anyway if you have a two win LANs connected
via VPN, you should run WINS server on each of these LAN and
setup them as push/pull partners. It makes a little traffic
only (sync of WINS partners). If you set hosts to use WINS
server from other LAN, they'll take a big piece of
bandwidth ...
Or, if you don't have suitable machine for WINS on the
second LAN, use LMHOSTS to set static records.
Also you can try to use DNS: on the first LAN u can have
primary (internal) DNS with WINS record (running on NT),
on the other side secondary DNS (on the Linux).

Everything depends on your environment, about which you said
nothing.

Mike





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