Kenn Humborg stated the following on Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 05:45:13PM -0000 :
>> Up to now, I've had a nice simple configuration where
> the internal Blue Tree network was a single subnet,
> connected to the outside world via a single gateway.
> This subnet is 192.168.3/24.
>> I'm building a test lab which I want to put on 192.168.4/24,
> and use a dual-homed Linux box as a router (sitting on .3.15
> and .4.1).
>> What's the best way of setting up the routing such that all
> machines on the .3 network will use .3.15 as the gateway to
> the .4 network?
>> I realize that one possibility is to add a static route to the
> existing gateway (.3.5), and let the other machines' default
> route take care of it, but that would involve each packet
> going across the wire twice.
Nope because the default router will issue an ICMP redirect message to
the windows box telling it to send the rest of the packets to 3.15
>> The majority of these machines are Windows, so running routed is
> probably not an option :-)
>> BTW, I don't want to do NAT on the internal gateway machine
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