IP Routing and RAS
Posted on 1999-06-25
How can I setup my network to do this:
I have 2 LANs. Each one works PERFECTLY.
-about 10 computers (all WinNT 4 server)
-using TCPIP with static addresses.Every computer can PING each other.
- Using class C IP addresses: 192.50.51.X MASK 255.255.255.0
where X are 1,2,3,4...
- The computer 18.104.22.168 has a ISDN card( let's say Gateway computer A). works OK
- ALL WORKS
LAN B: the same (but in other town)
- IP addresses: 192.50.52.X
- the 22.214.171.124 has a ISND card.(gateway computer B)
THE PROBLEM: I want to connect the 2 LANs. I've setup RAS in the computers with ISND. I can connect the LANs in this way: From ISDN(LAN A), a call to ISDN(LAN B). The conection looks OK. From Gateway computer A I can ping all LAN B computers. And I can browse LAN B.
When On line, the computer Gateway computer A has two IP:
126.96.36.199 LAN A adapter
188.8.131.52 ISDN adapter (only while conection)
and in LAN B : the gateway computer B:
184.108.40.206 LAN B adapter
220.127.116.11 ISND adapter (only while conection)
Well, as said, from gateway computer A, I can see all LAN B. But I WANT TO SEE LAN B FROM ANY LAN A COMPUTER.
I try to PING, but I dont get it. ROUTE tables (route print) seems OK, routing is active in gateway computers.
What am I doing wrong?
Is it a routing problem?
Is it an addressing problem?
PLEASE HELP, this must be easy!