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Patronu

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I have two network segmets connected to server. One segment with 169.254.0.x and the other with 169.254.1.x. The subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 for both segments.

Everything works fine except one thing. Except for the system acting as a router (Windows XP Pro with Kerio Winroute Firewall), i can't see in "My Network Places" the systems on "the other side" of the router.

How can I fix this?


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winkelman

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If you just have a very simple network (just a bunch of PC together and no Windows domain servers or WINS servers or so), this will not work. In such a scenario, Windows will just look for other computers in it's own segment. And rightly so, because otherwise, where should it stop looking? Then it could search the whole internet!

So you would need to install a Windows server (or service on one of your servers) specifically for this issue. you need one central server that gathers all information of clients.

Maybe someone more at home at Microsoft networks can give you more details...

Or... collapse the two IP segments into one (if possible).

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Patronu

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I found some solutions: to use a wins server or the LMHOST file. But I want to use Kerio Winroute as router for those subnets.
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I think running a WINS server somewhere does not imply you cannot run (and use) an IP router somewhere else... or does it?
A naming server is a completely different beast than a router... Cool
(I must add that I am not 100% knowledgeble about Windows networks...'

[Updated on: Mon, 04 July 2005 17:53]

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