VPtunnel IP adress

HI,

must be IP address of VPtunnel strictly A or B or C,

 can be 10.100.0.1/24 ?





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jan
2/22/2003 9:28:32 PM
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jan.puncochar@witte-nejdek.cz wrote:

>  can be 10.100.0.1/24 ?

Technically, yes.  It's always best to use the class C range of
192.168.x.x though.

-- 
Lance Reynolds, CNE
Using XanaNews 1.13.2.10



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Lance
2/23/2003 9:33:56 PM
OK.

When I use e.g. 10.100.0.1/24  = subneting, routing to VPtunnet don't
work.



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> jan.puncochar@witte-nejdek.cz wrote:
>
> >  can be 10.100.0.1/24 ?
>
> Technically, yes.  It's always best to use the class C range of
192.168.x.x though.
>
> --
> Lance Reynolds, CNE
> Using XanaNews 1.13.2.10





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Jan
2/23/2003 11:02:45 PM
hi Jan,

I suspect that the routing gets confused for some other reason. Are
you
using a (different) 10.x.x.x network anywhere else in your LAN?

--
Cat
Novell Support Connection Volunteer Sysop





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CSL
2/25/2003 9:45:40 AM
hi,

Yes.
Different 10.190.0.0/24 and other subnets are used in LAN, but all
used
IPnet is correct.

Jan



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> hi Jan,
>
> I suspect that the routing gets confused for some other reason. Are
you
> using a (different) 10.x.x.x network anywhere else in your LAN?
>
> --
> Cat
> Novell Support Connection Volunteer Sysop
>
>





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Jan
2/25/2003 8:40:47 PM
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