|18 May 2012||#1|
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Static Routes on Windows - PC with 2 NICs connected to 2 routed nets
I asked this on the Microsoft site recently, but I figured this might be a good place to ask this as well:
Please take a look at the diagram below. My question is in regards to computer "C" in the middle of the diagram. It has three NIC cards. It needs to be able to talk to computers A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, and B3. To do that, I will need to put static routes into computer C's route table. My question is what are the exact static route entries that I need to put into the route table to achieve this? In other words, what does "route print" look like after I have entered the static routes?
This would be on Windows 7 or Windows XP
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