> I was using a 192.168 series ip address for the "client-side" of the
> ip-addressing, but the "cipe-server" has two real ip-addresses (each on
> a different network). I had no problems adding routes to that net with
> route add -net <realnetwork-address> netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 192.168.x.y
> This solution never worked for windows, and I was baffled why.
> Frustrated I tries using an available ip-address from the same network
> and assigning to the cipe-interface on the windows machine it worked.
> Unfortunately I need not only grant access to this network but to
> another. Am I to understand that I cannot grant access to this other
> network without setting up noes on each side of the tunnel on this
Being confused by not enough info. Can remark on the ovious: make sure
the gateways are the remote IP's and that you have routes for NIC well
as tunneled nets. Also make sure never two mix these up: NIC to NIC,
tunnel to tunnel.