I have a Unix file server on IP 192.168.19.102 and (several) Windows XP computers with static IP addresses ranging from subnets 192.168.16.###. through 192.168.18.###. None of these PC's can access the folder shares on the Unix server. However, all the computers with on our sub-net 192.168.19.###, can access the Unix shares without any problem. Also, I can ping the Unix server from any of our PC's from any sub-net.
Our gateway router is on 192.168.16.254 and our DNS server is 192.168.19.250.
I have added routes on the Unix server to all our sub-net addresses using the command...
route add 192.168.17.0 192.168.16.254
route add 192.168.18.0 192.168.16.254
and so on...
What configuration(s) am I missing that will allow computers on subnets other than the one the Unix server is on?