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i have one another question how one user from private network ip address 192.168.0.xx subnet mask 255.255.255.0 gateway ip 192.168.0.100 it can not ping the ip 192.168.1.xx subnet mask 255.255.255.0 (i know it is not in same network) it fine. but how it can ping any globle ip like yahoo.com , google.com ...etc how can it can ping that, they are not in a same network then how it can ping that ip and access over that?? can u explain me these question. Thanks in advance Raj.
ASKED: February 15, 2005  3:22 AM
UPDATED: February 15, 2005  3:17 PM

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Think about it. How is the path to your xxxx.1.1 network ???
Your gateway is routing you out to internet. Thats why you can ping yahoo …..
If you want to ping xxx1.1 network then you need another route (gateway) showing you the path to this network.

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  • woonjas
    either you add another gateway for the other 192.168.1.* network or you need to create a way for your current gateway to connect to the other network. the latter is from a client configuration point of few the easiest. right now your gateway doesn't know how to reach the other network, but it does know how to reach the internet. Cheers.
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  • Pedwards17
    Something else to consider--the 192.168.x.x networks are not routable. When you're pinging the internet, your router is NAT'ing (NAT--network address translation) your address to an address that is routable. When you're trying to go from a 192.168.1.x to a 192.168.0.x address, it's not enough to simply provide a gateway or a static route--you'll probably have to NAT the addresses between the two subnets. To do that, you'll have to introduce at least one more router to the mix.
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