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Old 11-18-2015, 02:31 PM   #1
MrRDjS
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How to route traffic?


I hope someone can can give a suggestion regarding the following situation:

Router with telnet server listening on 2 ranges -> pc with 1 nic & 6 static ip ranges.
The router with telnet server is reachable on both 192.168.0.1 & 192.168.2.1

As soon as I make a telnet connection the telnet server freaks out and hangs, probably because it gets a login request at the exact same time? from 2 ranges? So I can't log in.

When I set the nic for example to dhcp there is no problem whatsoever.

How can I set up the networking so that telnet traffic goes over 1 route?

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Old 11-19-2015, 07:39 AM   #2
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zombie need data. Not brains, data. (OK, also need brains.)

Why do you have the router listening for telnet traffic on two subnets?
1. Pick one for management, and have it listen only on that address.
2. On your PC, what does the current routing look like? How are you addressing the router?

You mention nothing about what router is involved, what PC is involved, the OS involved, or your current routing tables. We are a bit int he dark here. Have you any light to shed?
 
  


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