My husband's PC went all wonky, and I won't even go into all of the troubles
he had. I ended up having to reinstall Windows on it, because it simply
would not allow me to make any changes to "networking" - I couldn't install
new NIC drivers, I couldn't even do a "repair" of windows because when it
got to "installing devices" it just hung for hours.

So anyway, he's back together. HOWEVER, he has a network printer attached
to his wired NIC, and his wireless NIC connects to the network. I know how
to get XP to "route" and it worked under his former installation. It
"seems" to be kinda working now, but not really. I can ping the printer.
If I disable the wired card I can no longer ping the printer. That makes me
think I'm really getting to that printer, and not somehow just being faked
out somehow <g>.

However, I cannot get to port 80 of the printer (for the web setup), nor can
I print to the printer from any PC other than Joe's. I have turned off his
firewall. Doesn't help.

My Astaro box has a static route to 192.0.0.0/24 through Joe's PC
192.168.100.101. The printer is at 192.0.0.2, and it has worked before,
just not with this installation, so I must have forgotten something
<grrrrrr>.

Any ideas what could be going on? Everything works fine from Joe's PC.
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Danita
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