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Routing issue

Hi

I have three network devices which are responsible for the internet connection.

One Zyxel Modem which handles the connection to the ISP
One Linksys Router which handles the internal network and also talks direct to the zyxel with their public ip addresses.
And finally, a third device which is a vpn box which connects into the corporate network.

I would like to force any traffic for the address range 172.26.101.x to go through the vpn dialler which sites on 192.168.10.253 local network

Ive tried settomg a static route on the linksys but it say bad address range. Any ideas how I can force all traffic to the device 192.168.10.253?

Thanks
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Prashant Shrivastava

8/22/2022 - Mon
daiwhyte

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Is there a file within windows which can redirect IP addresses? The host files does dns to ip, just wondering if there is a way it can redirect ip's?
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daiwhyte

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ok, thats worked. Is that route permanent or will it disappear when I reboot the machine?
Prashant Shrivastava

When you add with "-p" then is permanent.
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thank you.
Prashant Shrivastava

You are welcome. Glad your problem is fixed :).