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Hiding An IP Route

By Turner ·
I have a NetWare 5.1 server with 3 segments. One segment attaches us to our corporate WAN, the other two segments are for our internal network. I am using BorderManager 3.5 for Internet/Firewall services. I do not want the Internet route to be broadcast over the WAN. Is there a way I can configure the NetWare server (or BorderManager server) so the Interent route is not advertised over the WAN?

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by stewart.caquelin In reply to Hiding An IP Route

Remove or disable any routing protocol such has RIP or RIPII and use static routing.
to do this load inetcfg,select protocols, select tcpip, select RIP <Disable> select LAN static routing <enable> and now for the trickly part select LAN static routing table and add your static routes.(thats the way it was in netware ver. 4.11)

Or you could add a IP filter to BorderManager that would block Routing protocols from entering the WAN segment.
I believe RIP uses udp port 520.

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by Turner In reply to Hiding An IP Route

I tried this on Friday and it worked like a charm. Thanks for your help!

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