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Subject: Re: cipe-win32 not answering, am I stupid???
From: Erik Wallin <erikw,AT,sec,DOT,se>
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 00:49:57 +0200
In-reply-to: <32448.988400536@www1.gmx.net>

You're not stupid, but your computers are. That's why they can't figure out 
what you want
them to do. (Don't worry this will be fixed in a later release. :-)

I'll try to help, but I need some more information.

Can you ping the Linux-machine on the physical inteface from the Win2K 
machine? What does
tracert say when you do a trace from the W2K to the Linux?

What networks do you have (including router address and netmask)? How are the 
assigned (fixed, DHCP, PPP)?

What are the physical/PPP interfaces on the three computers? The two 
linux-machines that
are working and the Windows machine that you are having trouble with. Which 
interfaces are
connected to the internet?

cipe32,AT,gmx,DOT,de wrote:

> I have a strong feeling there is something wrong with the routing on my
> windows machine, but what? I did not change anything and it looks ok for me
> (netstat -nr, I changed my work-subnet to
> ===========================================================================
> Aktive Routen:
>      Netzwerkziel    Netzwerkmaske          Gateway   Schnittstelle  Anzahl
>        1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
>       1
> Standardgateway:
> ===========================================================================

Your standardgateway is, but the default route is to The
latter doesn't even have an interface. I don't understand how this routing 
table could be
set up.

Is this the table you get on a fresh boot of the machine?

Your first line should be   1

Is really your public network?  It's not reachable from here.


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