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[Archive] What packets are routed to the VA?

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Article ID: KB7018 KB Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010Version: 3.0
Summary:
What packets are routed to the VA?
Symptoms:
NetScreen Remote Virtual Adapter
Solution:

The client's routing table determines what packets are sent via the VA. The operating system automatically updates the routing table to send packets to the VA at time of VA establishment. Note that many of the routing table changes are controlled within the operating system, such as the routing of an entire subnet to the VA. The actual subnet routed to the VA is dependent on the client IP address assigned by the gateway. For example, if the client is assigned a 10.0.0.5 address, the entire 10.0.0.0 class A network is routed to the VA. Whereas, if the client is assigned a 192.168.168.5 address, the 192.168.0.0 class B network.

Here is the problem or goal:

  • What packets are routed to the VA?

Problem Environment:

  • NetScreen Remote
  • Virtual Adapter

Applicable Products:

  • NetScreen-Remote


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