To administer the Routing and Remote Access
- On the Start menu, point to Programs.
- Point to Administrative Tools, and then
click Routing and Remote Access.
When running multiple logical subnets on the same physical network, the
following command can be used to tell IP to treat all subnets as local and to
use ARP directly for the destination:
route add 0.0.0.0 MASK 0.0.0.0 <my local ip address>
Thus, packets destined for non-local subnets are transmitted directly onto
the local media instead of being sent to a router. In essence, the local
interface card can be designated as the default gateway. This can be useful
where several class C networks are used on one physical network with no router
to the outside world, or in a proxy-ARP environment
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