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Subject: Re: Bridging two networks, need broadcast
From: John Gonzalez/netMDC admin <ekool,AT,ns1,DOT,netmdc,DOT,com>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2001 17:32:12 +0200
In-reply-to: <Pine.LNX.4.31.0104260911530.6116-100000@silas.datrix.co.za>

On Thu, 26 Apr 2001, Adrian Snyman wrote:

> I'm not to sure if this is what you want (or if it even works !!)
> 
> 
> Then again, you could just use different ip ranges on either side of the
> VPN ..

I'll give it a shot, but remember, i need to be in the same broadcast
domain which would require me to change the broadcast/netmask on every
machine on the net. I have an adminstrator on one side that says one of
her machines "cannot" have a gateway put in it... that the computer
"doesnt support it" thus all the trouble i have to go through to make sure
everything is in the same subnet/broadcast domain, and that broadcast
traffic goes over the tunnel.. 

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