Re: Buggered up my router somehow.
> whoopsie... :) been in windows too long..
> anyhow.. possible though ?
Sure, you may have many different networks all using the same subnet
masks. 255.255.255.0 will give his networks a network number of
192.168.1.0 with a broadcast of 192.168.1.255, and
192.168.0.0/192.168.0.255. All the IP's in-between are useable.
I forget if he said he was using a router nor not... If so, it *could*
be that his router is unaware of how to get to either of the 192.168
nets... not enough info was provided. Running RIP/routed or entering
static routes should clear that up. If this is a linux router on the
same box, could it be that IP forwarding has not been turned on?
Mark A. Bialik (414) 290-6749
Network/Security Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Infinity HealthCare, Inc. Mequon, WI