> I followed all of microsoft's reccomendations.
Possibly a bad move.
> Two nic cards a and b
Sounds like the start of a stand-up comedy routine
> A is set with default gateway of b
> and b is set with gateway of a
Okay, look, the system with the two cards knows how to route to each
network. All you've gotta do is set up the default gateway for
workstations on network A (NIC A) and the default gateway for workstations
on network B (NIC B). Don't touch anything on the router (other than
enabling IP forwarding) if your network really is this simple (e.g. no
other routes). If you have other routes then use the route command
> Workstations can ping a and b
> Workstations cannot ping network b
> Ip forwarding is enabled and my route print matches exactly the format of
> microsofts reccomendations.
> I really need to get this up and running. I would get you the route
> but I cannot get the addresses to copy onto the clip board..duh :)
I think you better send us the output from netstat on both the
'router' and the workstations.
Run netstat -rn from a DoZ window, click on the little Doz icon at the left
of the title bar, select edit/mark, mark the stuff you want to send, copy
it and paste it.