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Xoier

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Good day,

I got my winroute running on my local network but our remote areas having different set of IP address can't connect to the internet.

My browsers are configured to connect to our ISP's proxy server but i have done a little routing to be able to filter the web sites that users visit and it worked already.

My question:
How do i set a routing for my remote areas to be able to browse the internet.

Details:

* My IP address series for our main office is 192.168.0.xxx

* My remote areas are at 192.168.1.xxx up to 192.168.5.xxx

* The routers for all sites has the IP of 192.168.x.15

* When i try to PING my WINROUTE server having the IP adress 192.168.0.1 from my remote areas having the IP addresses 192.168.1.xxx - 192.168.5.xxx, there is no reply from the WINROUTE server.

* All units having 192.168.0.xxx IP address can connect to the internet with no problem.

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Did i explain it right?

I really need help on this.

Thank you in advance.
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