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I have a network impairment generator that I am configuring for VoIP testing purpose. (Shundra Cloud)
I have configured a windows 2003 server box with 2 NIC cards and have installed the Shundra software.
Phase one is to just get routing working between two subnets.
My existing network consists of a Cisco Catalyst 3560 that is performing routing functions, internet access and is the default gateway. (DG: 192.168.30.1 /24)
I have patched the windows 2003 box into this network and have assigned a static IP address (192.168.30.60 /24)
I have configured the second NIC card with an IP address of (192.168.2.1/24).
There is a PC connected through a linsys switch with a static IP address of 192.168.2.2. I can ping to the Internal interface of the Windows box (192.168.30.60) from 192.168.2.2. But that is a far as I can get.
I can ping to the default gateway (192.168.30.1) or to the PC 192.168.2.2 from the Windows box.
I have tried enabling RRAS with LAN-to-LAN routing with no success and I have turned on IP forwarding via the tcpip registry key.
Do I need to add static routes on the Cisco Switch or do I need to add them in Windows RRAS?
This is the routing table on the windows box acting as a router:
Microsoft Windows [Version 5.2.3790]
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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>route print
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