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Old 11-15-2004, 10:26 AM   #1
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Network Routing

Hi all ,
I have linux box with two interface eth0 connect to interanet and eth1 connect to interanet ,
my eth1 ( internet I have some class of IP that named are : and
I have windows vpn server that give my client IPs.
I want to route IPs to ,
the is my VPN Server IP ,
any one can help me how I can write ip route to enable routing IP from to ,

my VPN server are connect to eth1 ( interanet ) of linux box,

Waiting for your reply ,

Omid Hosseini


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