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Subject: CIPE + pptpd strangeness
From: David Boston <david.boston,AT,retechglobal,DOT,com>
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 07:49:41 +0100

Hello folks,
                I've currently got a setup with a couple of CIPE links
(static this end, dynamic addresses at the other, up for weeks at a time)
and some pptp links.
The CIPE links are to two different subnets (192.168.30.0 and 40.0).  The
pptp links allocate addresses on the 192.168.10.0 subnet, which is also
where all of the local machines live.
The machine that handles all this (Redhat 7.3 stock standard) can ping
everything,
 the local net can ping everything,
 the subnets at the other end of the CIPE links can ping each other, and the
local net,
 only the local net (and the gateway) can talk to the stuff at the other end
of the pptp links.

Does anyone have any ideas?  Will some form of extra routing be required
even though these links are part of the local subnet?   Are there any issues
with pptp and CIPE on the same box?
 
Regards,
David Boston





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