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Need help with creating a static route.

Posted on 2006-03-22
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Here is what I need to accomplish.  

When an internal users or devices(the range of 192.168.3.X)

try to access anything with an IP address of 66.152.51.x

will be  routed to 192.168.3.14

For some reason I am having problems accomplishing this.  Keep in mind my internal users as well as the device at 192.168.3.14 are behind an ISA Server.  Since ISA is configured to allow all outbound traffic as well as internal to internal...I don't think this has anything to do with it.  I think I need a static router on my ISA server in the routing tables??  Thanks in advance...
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If your ISA server is the "portal" to everything for your network, then a static route on that box might do the trick.  My worry is that you might actually have to set this static route on the PCs as well, but I'm guessing not.  In any case, all you should have to do is log into this ISA server and run this command in a command prompt window:

route -p add 66.152.51.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.3.14

The "-p" in the command makes it persistent, so it will come back after reboots.

If you still have problems, try running this command on one of the workstations to see if that helps.

If this doesn't work at all and you want to delete these routes, run this command:

route delete 66.152.51.0

Jeff
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