[OFF TOPIC] Help! TCPIP Route Question

your server should know the two subnets, and route between them
automatically (if you have routing turned on). what you need is a
static route in your router telling it how to reach the 192.168.48.0
network (via the gateway 192.168.200.25).

Darren Mann wrote:

> I had to reset my router and I can not remember the correct settings
> to
> input for the static route so both of my subnets can see each other.
> Microsoft has removed my document from their tech site and I am lost.
> I
> know it is easy but I can not figure it out.
>
> I have a multihomed server with a router attached to one subnet for
> internet
> access. My Server addresses are Net1: 192.168.200.25 this is the
> subnet
> that the router is attached. Router address 192.168.200.254.
>
> Net2: 192.168.48.25
>
> What I need is the static route for one subnet to the other and to the
>
> router.
>
> Regards
>
> Darren Mann
> Miller Products Co.
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[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
I had to reset my router and I can not remember the correct settings to
input for the static route so both of my subnets can see each other.
Microsoft has removed my document from their tech site and I am lost. I
know it is easy but I can not figure it out.

I have a multihomed server with a router attached to one subnet for internet
access. My Server addresses are Net1: 192.168.200.25 this is the subnet
that the router is attached. Router address 192.168.200.254.

Net2: 192.168.48.25

What I need is the static route for one subnet to the other and to the
router.

Regards

Darren Mann
Miller Products Co.