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The line '89-75-22-81.infra.chello.pl' at the top of the traceroute suggests you are using a cable connection. Chello is a brand formerly used by UPC, a cable internet service provider. The appearance of an IP address in a private range immediately after your local network is normal for cable connections. The address '10.216.128.1' belongs to a cable modem ...


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Your route statement isn't what you want. The 192.168.1.1 router isn't the gateway for the 192.168.0.0/24 network (which is what your route statement says-- it's flat wrong). You'll want to place a route on the 192.168.1.1 wireless router to give it a route to the 192.168.0.0/24 network via the 192.168.1.37 PC. You'll also need to enable IP routing on the ...


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There are a number of open-source network simulators that meet your requirements. They all create and connect virtual machines to form a virtual network running on a host PC. Students can run open-source networking software, such as quagga, on each VM and use other open-source tools, such as Wireshark, to monitor activity in the virtual network. Some ...


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Machines can reach other machines in their same local subnet thanks to a subnet route. And machines can reach anything their gateway can reach thanks to their default route. But neither of these applies to the access point trying to reach the machine pinging it. So the ping reply has no way to get back to the source machine. You need to add a subnet route. ...



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