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spock

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Hi every body!

Let me explain my problem,

Here is my config:

Winroute with 3 Nic Cards, one for our DSL line as WAN, and second Nic for Office #1 at 223.255.255.X and the last Nic for Office #2 at 192.168.0.X

I need to be able to see the other group Office #2 from the Office #1

In short word... i want to see some directory or print and finaly transfer some files or folders from Office #1 to Office #2

Because in my Winroute machine i'm able to see the both lan, but this is only this way i can see some file or pc, but finaly i must do all of that but from Office #1.


Thanks in advance!
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spock

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Some body can help me about this issue?

Your help will be appreciated

Thanks

-Spock
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ramesh

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hi

u can make a rule
with source office1 and destination office2 protocol Any Allow
if it does not work then
make another rule office2----office1------any----allow

try this
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RHarmsen.nl

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You probably also need a WINS server to be able to correctly distributed windows computer names (NetBIOS) across the subnets.
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