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jeff_pelech@portalberni.ca
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      31st Dec 2008
OK, I have a Windows 2000 Server with 2 nics running Routing and Remote
Access. 1 nic is set to 192.168.5.x and the other is set to 192.168.1.x. On
the 5.x side on the client computers, I can ping and connect to any computer
on the 1.x side. But not a single computer on the 5.x side can ping or
connect to any printer on the 1.x side. What's going on? Thanks.
 
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jeff_pelech@portalberni.ca
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      2nd Jan 2009
Here is data from a frame in Network Monitor for Win2K Server. I was trying
a tracert command from 5.1 to 1.67 and the command only makes it as far as
the router itself (5.8) then requests time out.

283 35.656250 001A64A0616A LOCAL NBT NS: Query req. for *<00...(15)>
192.168.5.1 192.168.1.67 IP
Frame: Base frame properties
Frame: Time of capture = 1/2/2009 9:42:46.468
Frame: Time delta from previous physical frame: 78125 microseconds
Frame: Frame number: 283
Frame: Total frame length: 92 bytes
Frame: Capture frame length: 92 bytes
Frame: Frame data: Number of data bytes remaining = 92 (0x005C)
ETHERNET: ETYPE = 0x0800 : Protocol = IP: DOD Internet Protocol
ETHERNET: Destination address : 00104B6AE205
ETHERNET: .......0 = Individual address
ETHERNET: ......0. = Universally administered address
ETHERNET: Source address : 001A64A0616A
ETHERNET: .......0 = No routing information present
ETHERNET: ......0. = Universally administered address
ETHERNET: Frame Length : 92 (0x005C)
ETHERNET: Ethernet Type : 0x0800 (IP: DOD Internet Protocol)
ETHERNET: Ethernet Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 78 (0x004E)
IP: ID = 0x25EB; Proto = UDP; Len: 78
IP: Version = 4 (0x4)
IP: Header Length = 20 (0x14)
IP: Precedence = Routine
IP: Type of Service = Normal Service
IP: Total Length = 78 (0x4E)
IP: Identification = 9707 (0x25EB)
IP: Flags Summary = 0 (0x0)
IP: .......0 = Last fragment in datagram
IP: ......0. = May fragment datagram if necessary
IP: Fragment Offset = 0 (0x0) bytes
IP: Time to Live = 128 (0x80)
IP: Protocol = UDP - User Datagram
IP: Checksum = 0x8D1F
IP: Source Address = 192.168.5.1
IP: Destination Address = 192.168.1.67
IP: Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 58 (0x003A)
UDP: Src Port: NETBIOS Name Service, (137); Dst Port: NETBIOS Name Service
(137); Length = 58 (0x3A)
UDP: Source Port = NETBIOS Name Service
UDP: Destination Port = NETBIOS Name Service
UDP: Total length = 58 (0x3A) bytes
UDP: UDP Checksum = 0x4E4E
UDP: Data: Number of data bytes remaining = 50 (0x0032)
NBT: NS: Query req. for *<00...(15)>
NBT: Transaction ID = 59979 (0xEA4B)
NBT: Flags Summary = 0x0000 - Req.; Query; Success
NBT: 0............... = Request
NBT: .0000........... = Query
NBT: .....0.......... = Non-authoritative Answer
NBT: ......0......... = Datagram not truncated
NBT: .......0........ = Recursion not desired
NBT: ........0....... = Recursion not available
NBT: .........0...... = Reserved
NBT: ..........0..... = Reserved
NBT: ...........0.... = Not a broadcast packet
NBT: ............0000 = Success
NBT: Question Count = 1 (0x1)
NBT: Answer Count = 0 (0x0)
NBT: Name Service Count = 0 (0x0)
NBT: Additional Record Count = 0 (0x0)
NBT: Question Name = *<00...(15)>
NBT: Question Type = Node Status Request
NBT: Question Class = Internet Class
00000: 00 10 4B 6A E2 05 00 1A 64 A0 61 6A 08 00 45 00 ..Kjâ...d aj..E.
00010: 00 4E 25 EB 00 00 80 11 8D 1F C0 A8 05 01 C0 A8 .N%ë..?..À¨..À¨
00020: 01 43 00 89 00 89 00 3A 4E 4E EA 4B 00 00 00 01 .C.?.?.:NNêK....
00030: 00 00 00 00 00 00 20 43 4B 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 ...... CKAAAAAAA
00040: 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
00050: 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 00 00 21 00 01 AAAAAAA..!..


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> OK, I have a Windows 2000 Server with 2 nics running Routing and Remote
> Access. 1 nic is set to 192.168.5.x and the other is set to 192.168.1.x. On
> the 5.x side on the client computers, I can ping and connect to any computer
> on the 1.x side. But not a single computer on the 5.x side can ping or
> connect to any printer on the 1.x side. What's going on? Thanks.

 
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