• Using Windows 10 to create a simple router
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I'm fucking around trying to make a laptop with two NICs running Windows 10 act as an extremely rudimentary router, I've done it before but now I've forgotten what I did and have no clue Beautiful MS-paint drawing showing what I've done: https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/109940/93426862-381b-45fc-963c-38e064eda8b5/Fuck.png There's something that has to be changed on the router-top to make traffic go across networks, but what is it? I've google'd it but all I find is a bunch of shit regarding making WLAN access points, please help
Not sure why you want to do this in Windows, but did you try adding the routes manually to the routing table.
Going to need one of these bad boys probably https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/1755/f61da590-a2b7-4090-a42f-3084b301bf86/image.png Been built into windows since like 98se or something. It's called Internet connection sharing. They integrated it into Windows 10's control panel as Hotspot. But the network adapter screen gives you the option to actually set it up to make sense. This makes the windows machine the default gateway for the network, I don't know, but I doubt it sets up DHCP on top of that
This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you
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