We have a multi-honed LINUX box routing between 2 networks the Users on the 192.168.10.x network can access the 170.94.133.x network to run their queries and print them to the attached laser printers (192.168.10.x network). The other users specifically on the 170.94.133.x network cannot print to the laser printers on the 10.x network. When you try to send a print job to the printers the job hangs in the print queue on the LINUX box.
So it appears that the route statement is working to allow the users to access the 170.94.133.x network from the 192.168.10.x. to do their quiries.
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