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Rép. : 2 networks, 1 AS400


I will make a couple of assumption here:
- The 2 networks are in different physical location
- both network uses a subnet mask of: (class C network)
- Since you mentioned that both network had their own internet access,
I gess that you want to use the internet to link them
- the AS400 can already see the internet (it's default route point to
the B router)

Whith that in mind, here is roughly what you have to do:
- on the AS400: nothing
- you must create a VPN(IPSEC or other) tunnel between the 2 routers
(working for telus, you should have plenty of people hable to do that)
- in the A router, you must add a route that direct all traffic going
to the B network trought the tunnel
- in the B router, you must add a route that direct all traffic going
to the A network trought the tunnel

That's it

Denis Robitaille
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"Brian Crooks" <crooksb@xxxxxxxxx> 2006-11-15 20:44 >>>
One of my clients wants to allow the rest of the company to access
AS400. Network A has its own internet connection and a router using
handing out addresses in the range - .254. The other
network (B)
has its own internet connection and a router giving out addresses in
the - .100 range with the AS400 being at 2
I guess. How would I set up the 2 routers so network A could see the
and what routing entries would I have to put in the TCPIP config of




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