Using route command in xp to allow range of ip's

Posted on 2006-04-05
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I have an xp machine that is using 2 nic cards, one on an ipvpn that has a default gateway set and a 2nd without a default gateway set that travels ouot over the internet.   Anything I want to come in from outside I have to set up a static route for to use the 2nd nic card.  Up til now ouor clients have only ever gone through 1 ip address, now we have one that wants to set a range.  Is this the command I need to use?

route add -p mask
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