I am trying to get my NW 6.5 server to act as a router between two subnets.

The NW 6.5 server has two nics. The first nic, 10.40.50.11, is configured for network 10.40.50.0, 255.255.255.0. The second nic, 10.57.104.133, is configured for 10.57.104.128, 255.255.255.128.

I've used inetcfg to configure TCP/IP with IP Packet Forwarding Enabled (Router), LAN Static Routing Enabled, and the routing table as follows:

Default Route 0.0.0.0 10.57.104.129
Network 10.40.50.0 10.40.50.11
Network 10.57.104.128 10.57.104.133

10.57.104.129 is the switch the server is connected to.

Filter support is disabled, and NAT Implicit Filtering is Enabled, although I've disabled with no positive results.

The workstation on the 10.40.50.0 network is configured to use the 10.40.50.11 interface as its default gateway. If I ping 10.57.104.133 from the workstation I get a reply. If I ping the switch, 10.57.104.129, I do not get a reply. If I ping another device (10.57.104.135) I do not get a reply.

I do not yet have a workstation on 10.57.104.128 to test with, but I figure if things are not working one way, they probably won't work the other.

Can someone tell what it is that I am missing to get this to work?

Thank you.