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ROUTING HELP

I have a network below a network as follows

ser 0 10.101.101.104 top net

ser 0 10.101.101.105 target net

eth 0 10.7.9.1

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.101.101.104

Because of an unsupoorted printer with an IP of 192.168.192.150 on the

lower network, i need routes for that ip network to stay in the network and not shoot up the gateway. each workstatiosn has a second ip added to each of its

primary interfaces (10.7.9.0) that are a corresponding 192.168.192.0

my top router has

ip route 192.168.192.0 255.255.255.0 10.101.101.105

so i think i am getting some bouncing

at the lower router i use ip route 192.168.192.0 255.255.255.0 10.7.9.1

and get bad hop, it is this router

any thoughts

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Re: ROUTING HELP

You might try, instead of static routes, to put a secondary address for the 192.168.192.0 network on your ethernet0 (10.7.9.1). Doing this you'd also not need to put these secondary addresses on all your clients for them to access this printer (although if performance is a concern since they'd have to go in and back out of the router to get there) then keep it the way you've got it.

To add a secondary address, lets say 192.168.192.1, you'd do the following:

1. Go into config mode (config t)

2. Go into interface config (interface E0)

3. Assign another (secondary IP) ip address 192.168.192.1 255.255.255.0 secondary

**NOTE make sure you put the secondary or you'll wipe out the primary address.Hope this helps.

Regards,

Don

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