Setting static routes on a windows 200 server

Posted on 2006-06-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-13

I need to add several static routes for our windows 200 server.

For example all traffic going to 192.168.100.X Subnet mask needs to go down

All other raffic needs to go down

Can anyone give me detailled instructions on how to do this?  I only need to change the route on the server not for all other clients.   Also I want the routes to be fixed so even if the server is re-booted they are still in effect.

Points will be awarded for the detailed steps.

Many Thanks

Question by:GlenmoranUK
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ID: 16964562
this might help you a little

you need to install and configure RRAS
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Steve Knight earned 500 total points
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Open a command prompt then

route -p add mask
and leave default gateway to the other ip

-p makes the route permanent

route print shows you the complete routing table



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ID: 16977861

Exactly what I was looking for.  

Many thanks

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by:Steve Knight
ID: 16978398
No  problem,


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