Routing between two Subnets

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October 1, 2009 at 04:52:36
Specs: WinXP Pro, 3.0/2G
I have a windows XP machine that hsa 2 NIC in 2 seperate subnets. 1 Subnet(10.0.XXX.XXX, that is used for the computers, then I have the other NIC setup on a (10.10.XXX.XXX, subnet for IP phones and a software package that works with the phones.

The issue is that the software package that is for the phones that will be installed on the computers. The software is liscened for the 10.10 interface, so I need to route traffic between the 2 different subnets.

I am aware of the cmd route add, but I'm unsure of the exact syntax that I would use to make sure that this software(installed on computers in the 10.0 network) will be able to communicate with the server protion of the software that is on the 10.10. network.

Thanks for the help.

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October 1, 2009 at 07:23:35
Google is your friend!

I typed "add a route in windows" and got the following:

Start with the first link...................

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October 1, 2009 at 07:59:59
I think I figured it out, I just added a static route in the gateway for the the computer network. Pointing anything for to go through Which I have tested with pings and tracert but will have to get the software setup and test to see if I need to do the same for the phone subnet.

Thanks for your help

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October 1, 2009 at 08:03:06
Very bad idea routing voice thru your server. You should be doing this with a vlan and a managed switch.

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