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Routing

Dear all

there are two computers connected to different interfaces of a router, i used a routing protocol to communicate them,

ping was successful, when i accessed another computer from one computer it couldnt be accessed like in LAN environment,

Now, I want to know which factor of network blocks to share my computer resources, like file, printer etc.

Is there any possibility to happen like that?

If i got answer in detail, i would be very thankful to all of u.

Thx in advance

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Re: Routing

if you can ping both computers , Then the issue will be file sharing. Since Router resposiblity is to route the packet to destination. If two Pc are reachble. Then most likely its issue of some local policies or Network Adaptor File sharing.., After successful reachblilty you can take remote desktop of peer PC

Plz Check

Uttam

Cisco Employee

Re: Routing

Hello,


Services like file sharing and priting use netbios. Typically routers block these. If you want to enable these services, you need to configure the router accordingly.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk870/tk877/tk880/technologies_tech_note09186a008011b570.shtml

Hope this helps.

Regards,

NT

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