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Deciding on Static Routing 9 years 6 days ago #23259

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Hi guys if anyone can help or point me in the right direction would be great what Im trying to do is determine the static routing information for each gateway in a network.

example -
LAN 1
192.168.1.0 - 192.168.1.63
subnet - 255.255.255.192

- Connected by router -

LAN 2
192.168.2.0 - 192.168.2.63
255.255.255.192

How do I determine the static routing of the gateway?

Is it just the Destination address - Subnet Number - Network Address?

e.g. Lan 1 talking to LAN 2
192.168.2.0 255.255.255.192 192.168.1.63

Any help would be great.
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Re: Deciding on Static Routing 9 years 6 days ago #23265

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Not clear here whether your two subnets are connected via a pair of routers with some sort of WAN in between them or by a single router directly connecting both subnets. However your approach is basically the same. there needs to be a routing table entry at each 'side' that tells the router about the distant IP network (defined by the network address and subnet mask) and the IP address of the gateway or interface that leads to it
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Re: Deciding on Static Routing 9 years 5 days ago #23267

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I assume that you have 2 LANs connected by a single router.

Then a route (wither static or dynamic) will have to include some thing like this:

Destination Network Address - Subnet Mask - Next Hop Address

Or

Destination Network Address - Subnet Mask - Internal interface

In your case:
e.g. Lan 1 talking to LAN 2
192.168.2.0 255.255.255.192 Fa0/0

were Fa0/0 is the router interface connected to LAN 2.
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Re: Deciding on Static Routing 9 years 5 days ago #23271

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Yep its 2 LANs connected by a single router.
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Re: Deciding on Static Routing 8 years 11 months ago #23341

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If you have two networks connected to the same router, you don't need any static routes on the router at all. Since the networks are directly connected to the router, the router already knows how reach it. All you have to do is configure the hosts to use the router as a default gateway.
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