I am in the army deployed to Iraq and need help with our system (Windows or Solaris expert).
I have 2 systems using ip addresses: 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
One is a Solaris 10 system the other is a Windows XP Pro
I can ping any system in the local IP addresses of 192.45.12.x but I have a system with a IP of 126.96.36.199. When I ping this system on Windows XP is says: Destination Host Unreachable and when I try to ping from Solaris it says "Not Found"
Now if I change the IP on the windows computer to something like 188.8.131.52 I can ping anything at 192.9.200.x but not 192.45.12.x
I think its a gateway problem (or maybe I don't have one set up) but I don't know much about gateways or anything like that just basic networking. Can Anyone help me solve this on Solaris or Windows XP or both?
No offence but gateways are part of basic networking.
If you are able to change IP addresses between two completely different network ID's (I'm assuming you are using a 255.255.255.x subnet mask?) then
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