|29 Nov 2012||#1|
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Share folder outside own LAN
We have some computers in a lab that are in a different LAN than the computers in the office:
Office LAN: 220.127.116.11/25
Lab LAN: 18.104.22.168/25
From the Office LAN I can access shared folders on the Lab LAN computers by mapping them as network drives.
Now I set up a new computer in the Office LAN and shared a folder. Everybody in the Office LAN can see and map that folder.
But the computers in the Lab LAN cannot.
How can I allow the computers in the Lab LAN to access the shared folder from the Office LAN computer?
I know this can somehow be done, since I can access the shares in the Lab LAN. Unfortunately the person who set that up is gone now...
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