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Route ADD problems... trying to make a laptop on VPN see printer

Posted on 2008-10-02
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OK, I have someone that has a laptop in my office.  He is plugged into our network pulling an ip address and can get on the internet and everything else fine.  I added a printer to his machine and he can print to it fine.

Heres the problem, his company runs Cisco VPN which he connects to and I cant seem to find the correct numbers for the route add statement.

My network 192.168.100.0
IP he gets on my network 192.168.100.105        GW 192.168.100.1          MASK 255.255.255.0

His VPN network 192.168.198.0
IP he gets on his network 192.168.198.19          GW 192.168.198.19        MASK 255.255.255.0

IP of printer 192.168.101.49
GW of printer 192.168.101.1

These route ADD statements always get me, any help is appriciated.

Thanks in advance, techlaw008
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I BELIEVE this will work.


route add 192.168.101.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.100.105 metric 1 if #

where 1 is the interface # displayed when you type "route print" (without ") at the command line.
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