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windows routing on-link

Posted on 2015-02-09
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I need to connect to 192.168.52.111 over layer 2 and have two interfaces, but traffic seems to be going all the way around via the other interface instead of on-link.

I've no static persistent routes - should I be adding one?

tracert 192.168.52.111
Tracing route to 192.168.52.111 over a mximum of 30 hops:
1	<1 ms	<1 ms	<1 ms	192.168.55.2
2	<1 ms	<1 ms	<1 ms	192.168.52.111

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IPv4 Route Table
Destination	Netmask		Gateway		Interface	Metric
0.0.0.0		0.0.0.0		192.158.55.1	192.168.55.131 	261
192.168.52.0	255.255.255.0	On-link		192.168.52.120 	261

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IPs and adapter binding order
192.168.52.120 no gateway
192.168.55.131 gateway

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Can you post the output from "ipconfig /all" and the full output from "netstat -rn"

Can you also try doing tracert to 192.168.52.120.
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