Connecting two differently addressed LANs, both NAT-ed.

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Connecting two differently addressed LANs, both NAT-ed.

Postby likewise » Fri Nov 26, 2004 8:45 pm

We are trying to connect two PC's, each on a seperate LAN with different addresses, both behind a NAT, to play Joint Operations.

In our case networks are 192.168.0.0/24 and 10.1.0.0/24.

We have opened our routers for 213, and 32768-65536 (Joint Ops ports). We have a GIT tunnel between the two hosts up using TCP connect/listen. It shows OK in the connection status.

We tunnel all broadcast traffic on the LAN using "Alter Source IP" to the external IP address (so that unicast replies to broadcasts are routable packets and can reach the source).

Still this setup does not seem to work but I do not see why. :roll:

Unfortunately, the mismatched LAN addresses disallow us to test pinging.

What did I miss? Thanks, LikeWise.
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use the log file features of GIT and the router

Postby RedNight » Sat Dec 18, 2004 1:46 pm

turn on logging in GIT to see traffic problems, log into the routers to look at thier log files coming in and out, to look for traffic problems

any firewall software ruuning? local or at the router?
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