dynamic routing

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June 22, 2010 at 06:51:24
Specs: Windows xp
i am trying to use a windows xp pc with three nics.
first two Nic's are assigned with static ip say 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.20.1 and connected to respective networks.
third nic is connected to an linksys befsx41 router(10.10.10.0) which acts an switch and provides ip address through dhcp server running in it.
i have connected one more pc to this linksys router with ip addr 10.10.10.15.

my requirement is, i need to access the other two networks(192.168.10. & 192.168.20.0) from the pc(10.10.10.15) behind the linksys router.
i know by adding static routes it can be done! but i need it to make this setup working without any static routes.
Can any one help to find an solution.


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June 22, 2010 at 07:05:46
i know by adding static routes it can be done! but i need it to make this setup working without any static routes

Routing requires a route between subnets in order for them to communicate. I suspect you're going to have nothing but trouble trying to route between subnets without routing.

If you don't mind me asking, why the strange requirement to route without routing?


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#2
June 23, 2010 at 22:19:37
HI thanks for the reply,

i need this specific requirement to work on a dynamic routing scenario. As it gng to be a DHCP network and the subnets can be changed depends on the user requirement, i cannot keep on adding or changing the routes to all the system in the subnets.


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