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TOPIC: Ip route tables

Ip route tables 7 years 3 weeks ago #32716

Hi guys, First time posting here.
I have a
Router (192.168.137.2)->Nic(192.168.137.1)->ICS(win7) ->nic(192.168.1.101)->Adsl
Connection

My router Linksys connects to a remote IP 202.79.32.x
automatically without sending any kind of DNS request Except for NTP servers.

My Question is:
How to direct the request from my router, to the remote IP (202.79.32.x), to my computer and also send data through the said IP.

I am guessing this involves IP route tables
I tried this
route change 202.79.32.104 Mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.137.1 Metric 200
Didn't work
Help!!!!!!
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Re: Ip route tables 7 years 3 weeks ago #32720

  • KiLLaBeE
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Sorry, I'm having difficulty understanding what you're trying to do.

If you're trying to tell the router to forward packets destined for 202.79.32.104 TO the Windows 7 machine, then you want to make the change on the router itself, although I don't see the point in telling it to forward requests in the opposite direction.

The command you specified is telling the computer that if it wants to send packets to 202.79.32.104 that it should send it to its local LAN IP address, which also doesn't work. If you're really trying to tell the computer to forward packets destined for that network to that router so the router can send them to that IP, then you should put:

[code:1]route change 202.79.32.104 Mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.137.2 Metric 200[/code:1]
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have to fake the ip's 7 years 2 weeks ago #32745

I am trying to unlock a RT31p2 router.
It doesn't send out a dns request for the SIP servers(only for NTP Server it sends them).
So I have to fake the ip's to unlock
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Re: Ip route tables 7 years 2 weeks ago #32746

Zx
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Re: Ip route tables 7 years 2 weeks ago #32747

Zx
WHAT????
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Re: Ip route tables 7 years 3 days ago #32976

  • FishNBone
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Hi guys!

Sorry to interrupt, I'm a newbie in this but by the commands given by u(KillaBee)
[code:1]route change 202.79.32.104 Mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.137.2 Metric 200[/code:1]

and precursor999
route change 202.79.32.104 Mask 255.255.255.255 192.168.137.1 Metric 200

isnt it the same?

what difference between this 2 commands and can anyone kindly explain what the command 'route change' does?

Grateful to All!!

FishnBone
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