I would do 2 things

#1 add the Preferred Interface ( the second *NONE) to match the interface.
#2 Try pinging using the "Local internet address" parm. That is force the 
ping to come from one IP then the other and see if that gives you 
differing results.



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DataMirror High Availability Certified
Pacific Information Systems - An IBM Premier Business Partner
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"Mike Silvers" <msilvers@hbs-inc.com>
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
11/13/00 06:56 AM
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        To:     "Midrange-L" <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
        cc: 
        Subject:        TCP setup question


I have an interesting situation.  I have two Frame-Relay lines coming in.
One of the frame lines goes directly to a remote office in a different 
state
and the other frame line goes to the internet.  The IP scheme is as 
follows:

all internal traffic:  192.168.xxx.xxx
The internal network IP frame relay address:  192.168.100.21
The internet IP frame relay address:  192.168.106.21

I have created two interfaces:
192.168.100.254  255.255.255.0    ETHLINE1     *ELAN    (the company LAN)
192.168.106.254  255.255.255.0    ETHLINE1     *ELAN    (the internet)

 I have added the following routes:
*DFTROUTE        *NONE            192.168.106.21   *NONE    (the internet)
192.168.0.0      255.255.0.0      192.168.100.21   *NONE      (the company
LAN)

What I expected to occur was to have all internet traffic routed to the
internet port on the router and all other traffic routed to the company
frame relay.  This does not occur.  I can ping both router ports and I can
ping other LAN ports.  I can not ping any internet addresses.  We checked
the router and we can ping from the router to the internet.  I have added
the DNS servers (they are on the internet) and I can not reach them.  Both
interfaces are active and there are no port restrictions defined on the 
400.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks

Mike


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