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Old 04-05-2008, 03:23 AM
"stin wang"
 
Default help about route

I still have problems about route.
i config network as 172.18.20.87 mask 255.255.255.224 gateway 172.18.20.94

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everything is fine execpt that i can not ssh or vnc or ftp to other.
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i can ping 172.18.20.225 which gateway is 172.18.20.253

i can ping 172.18.20.98 which gateway is 172.18.20.126
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but can not tsclient to them
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i can tesclient to 172.18.20.90 which gateway is 172.18.20.126 same as 98
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why this happen ,should i make some change about route??
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Old 04-05-2008, 03:31 AM
Brian McKee
 
Default help about route

stin wang wrote:
> I still have problems about route.
> i config network as 172.18.20.87 <http://172.18.20.87/> mask
> 255.255.255.224 <http://255.255.255.224/> gateway 172.18.20.94
> <http://172.18.20.94/>
>
> everything is fine execpt that i can not ssh or vnc or ftp to other.
>
> i can ping 172.18.20.225 <http://172.18.20.225/> which gateway is
> 172.18.20.253 <http://172.18.20.253/>
> i can ping 172.18.20.98 <http://172.18.20.98> which gateway is
> 172.18.20.126 <http://172.18.20.126>
>
> but can not tsclient to them
>
> i can tesclient to 172.18.20.90 <http://172.18.20.90> which gateway is
> 172.18.20.126 <http://172.18.20.126> same as 98
>
> why this happen ,should i make some change about route??
>

No. If ping makes it there and back, then the route and netmask are
fine. Your problem is higher up the stack - missing software, firewalls
etc.

Brian

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