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From: Tyson Leslie (Leslie.Tyson_at_colteng.com)
Date: Tue Feb 04 2003 - 14:55:02 CST
Until you put the firewall on another subnet, it's going to happen. When
two devices are on the same subnet, they are not going to talk through a
router. That's a 'feature', not a bug; it's just the way things work.
Move the firewall to another subnet, and the problem will go away.
From: TSimonsDelphi-Tech.com [mailto:TSimonsDelphi-Tech.com]
Sent: February 3, 2003 11:49 AM
Subject: Dynamic Entries in IP Routing Table
Does anyone know how to stop the addition of dynamic routes on Win2000
...we have a firewall and a router on our local network, both one hop away
from the PCs. The router is the default gateway, but PCs still create route
entries to the Firewall.
Todd M. Simons
Senior MIS Engineer
Dell Tier 1 PA Technician
Delphi Technology Inc.
New Brunswick, NJ
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