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Subject: RE: Routing on Win2k
From: Tony Langdon <tlangdon,AT,atctraining,DOT,com,DOT,au>
Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 01:13:22 +0200

> 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?

No it won't, if your netmask on the LAN is /8 (why are you using /8 on a
LAN??? )  If you were using 10.0.0/24, that IP above  would work for the
CIPE interface.
> Does that mean I should find a different address range, like 
> for the endpoints of the tunnel?

If you really are using 10/8 and not something smaller like 10.0.0/24, yes
you will have to use a different range.  However, 192.0 is a public network,
use something from the 172/20 or 192.168/16 range (but don't allocate
anything bigger than a /24 to the tunnel (I's even go as small as a /29),
otherwise you're wasting private IP space that might be needed elsewhere in
your network.

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