Mike Gende <mgende,AT,gendesign,DOT,com>|
Re: Win 2000 Cipe Question....|
Damion Wilson <dwilson,AT,ibl,DOT,bm>|
Wed, 17 Dec 2003 21:04:18 -0400|
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When you are pinging, I presume that you are using the CIPE adapter's
Make sure that the netmask for the CIPE adapter allows the packet for the
destination address to go that way. CIPE-Win32 acts like an Ethernet
interface, so the two peer addresses must be on the same subnet. CIPE on
Linux uses point to point semantics, so it doesn't care that the two
addresses are on different subnets.
I didn't answer right away because I took a vacation without the laptop. This
appeared to make the wife happier for some reason.
On Wednesday 17 December 2003 06:22 pm, Mike Gende wrote:
> Hello Again,
> I'm doing some reading and hope to find the answer, but wanted to ask here
> as I'm kind of stuck at this time.
> We're using the fine Win32 cipe off of Sourceforge to connect some laptops
> with wireless Internet access (via modemcards) back to our Linux host.
> No problem getting Cipe loaded on the Win2000 laptops. I thought we had
> things configured correctly, but I only see packets coming into our Cipe
> device. Thus, I know the tunnel is functional, as I can ping from the Linux
> host and see the in-bound packet count rise on the Win2000 cipe device.
> But, when I try to ping to the Linux host from the Win2000, I only see the
> wireless LAN card's out-bound packet count rise, not the Cipe interfaces'.
> I have to admit that I'm more proficient with Linux than Win2000, so I may
> have made some foolish error, but can't see it so far. Any suggestions
> whilst I RTFM? They would be most appreciated.
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