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hi every body.

i m having a a problem setting up Nokia ip330.

the problem is that how to add static routes so my clien pc can access the internet.

diagram.

internet---{Modem} 192.168.1.254 ---------Nokia (interface 1 internet . 192.168.1.118) -----Nokia interface 2 (no IP) (nokia interface 3 internal  192.168.0.1)-------Dlink Router internal ip 192.168.0.2) ------- client PC(192.168.0.100)

how can i add a static route in the Voyager.  Do i have the right setup or can you please advice me how to do this.

many thanks.
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I would suggest that you connet the client PC direcly to interface 3 on the Nokia and see what happens.

Why do you have the DLink router?  Which model is it?

Part of the problem is that when you have a router you need a different IP subnet on each side of the router.  You appear have the same IP subnet on both sides of the Dlink, assuming that you use the default mask of 255.255.255.0.

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hi there

thanks for your reply but the problem is not there.

i think is you need to enable the routing command: "ipsofwd on admin" this way it should work. but the problem is that my ipso verison is 3.3 which this command is not  available.  i'm waiting for the new ipso version and i will let u know.

thanks.
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