So if I'm using 10/8 on the win32 end, with the machine's physical adapter
within that range, setting the CIPE adapter to 10.253.0.x isn't going to
work, or is it?
Does that mean I should find a different address range, like 192.0.2.0/24
for the endpoints of the tunnel?
Mark Smith - Avco Systems Ltd
Tel: +44 (0)1784 430996 Fax: +44 (0)1784 431078
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de [mailto:owner-cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
> Behalf Of
> Tony Langdon
> Sent: 18 October 2002 00:14
> To: 'Rod Boyce'; 'Cipe (E-mail)'
> Subject: RE: Routing on Win2k
> > Never having done this before and loosing touch with windows
> > anyway. I
> > notice on my work Win2K machine that you can add a route
> > using an interface.
> > It may therefore be possible to add a route using the
> > interface and not the
> > gateway IP address. I do not know this for sure but I would
> > suggest giving
> > it a go.
> I know this problem. Win2k (and NT for that matter) is very
> anal about its
> interface addressing. The gateway used must reside in the
> local network of
> the interface the route uses. Also, unlike *NIX, each
> interface must reside
> on a separate subnet. You can't get away with the CIPE
> devices having the
> same IP address as an Ethernet interface.
> The solution to this problem is to give the CIPE link its own
> dummy subnet
> (for example, I have a CIPE link involving win2k using 10.200.200/24).
> So on one end of the link, the CIPE interface has an IP address of
> 10.200.200.1, and on the other end, the IP address is 10.200.200.2.
> then you just do something like
> route add -p <remote network> mask <netmask> 10.200.200.2
> That's how my CIPE link (Linux <--> Win2k) has been operating
> for around 14
> months now, with no problems (except the Win2k side dying
> from time to time
> :) ).
> Hope that helps.
> > I hope this may help. I've never been a big fan of Windows I
> > learnt Linux
> > when the 1.2 kernels were around and I almost have never
> > looked back. But I
> > have had to support windows users so I know a bit.
> I'm another Linux user that dates back to the 1.2.x days. :-)
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