NT Lan TCP/IP interfering with NT RAS PPP ???

NT Lan TCP/IP interfering with NT RAS PPP ???

Post by James T Smit » Wed, 09 Aug 1995 04:00:00



I have an NT 3.5.1 Laptop with both Lan & modem PCMCIA cards.

At work, I plug into the Lan; at home I plug into PPP.

From PPP I can access all of my work 'locations' [subnets,
etc.] EXCEPT for the particular C-class subnet to which
I plug-in when at work.

I can reach the PPP side of my local Lan router, but not
the work lan side.

Ping's time out & ftp's are 'blocked.'

I have played with every RAS PPP combination of VJ, LCD, ...
parameters to no avail.

If I drop back to boot W4W and use Trumpet, I have no
trouble reaching my 'work' local Lan subnet.

How do I configure these two [RAS PPP & Lan TCP/IP] so
that I do not have them conflict with each other, since
only one of them is 'active' at any given moment.

I could install/deinstall each as needed, but what a
sorry way to get there.

Please email any good solutions.

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Thanks.

James

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NT Lan TCP/IP interfering with NT RAS PPP ???

Post by Mike Charno » Thu, 10 Aug 1995 04:00:00



Quote:> At work, I plug into the Lan; at home I plug into PPP.
> From PPP I can access all of my work 'locations' [subnets,
> etc.] EXCEPT for the particular C-class subnet to which
> I plug-in when at work.

This is becuase NT sees the addresses in your work subnet
as local and routes them through the ethernet card.

Quote:> How do I configure these two [RAS PPP & Lan TCP/IP] so
> that I do not have them conflict with each other, since
> only one of them is 'active' at any given moment.

There is no <conflict>. This is how you have got your system
configured. It is working correctly.

Quote:> I could install/deinstall each as needed, but what a
> sorry way to get there.

That would be the correct route, as when you are at home
you do not have a local connection and you could tell the
system that. You could, however, try removeing the routes
that you do not require.Try route print; you will see all the routes.
You need to lookat removing (via a batch file perhaps) the route to
your local subnet (aaa.bbb.ccc.0)

Quote:> Please email any good solutions.

Works for me

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NT Lan TCP/IP interfering with NT RAS PPP ???

Post by Kyle A. Mill » Fri, 11 Aug 1995 04:00:00



Quote:>I have an NT 3.5.1 Laptop with both Lan & modem PCMCIA cards.
>At work, I plug into the Lan; at home I plug into PPP.
>From PPP I can access all of my work 'locations' [subnets,
>etc.] EXCEPT for the particular C-class subnet to which
>I plug-in when at work.
>I can reach the PPP side of my local Lan router, but not
>the work lan side.
>Ping's time out & ftp's are 'blocked.'
>I have played with every RAS PPP combination of VJ, LCD, ...
>parameters to no avail.
>If I drop back to boot W4W and use Trumpet, I have no
>trouble reaching my 'work' local Lan subnet.
>How do I configure these two [RAS PPP & Lan TCP/IP] so
>that I do not have them conflict with each other, since
>only one of them is 'active' at any given moment.
>I could install/deinstall each as needed, but what a
>sorry way to get there.

I found I had the same problem.  Even though RAS is setup to have an
IP assigned by server, NT still broadcasts the IP setup for my network
card.  I had to remove the net card driver so it didn't mess with my
RAS sessions.

I would like to hear the solution for this one too.