Modern versions of Windows do not support OSPF and manually adding static routes every time after a reboot is annoying. Below is a batch script you can edit and run to help make adding routes easier. This script assumes that your BGP router and Windows computer are on the same LAN.
@echo off REM fill in YOUR network information REM right click and RUN AS ADMIN REM our entire private network address space set networkv4=172.20.0.0 set networkv4mask=255.252.0.0 set networkv6=fd00::/8 REM our IPv4 subnet info set subnetv4=172.20.184.240 set subnetv4mask=255.255.255.248 set gateway4=172.20.184.241 REM our IPv6 subnet info set subnetv6=fd43:6d1:3ee2::/48 set gateway6=fd43:6d1:3ee2:1000::1 REM our address for this machine set yournetaddr=172.20.184.242 set yournetaddr6=fd43:6d1:3ee2:1000::2/128 REM add IPs REM if different change wlan0 to YOUR interface name REM first line here is for my LAN. Ignore it. netsh interface ipv4 add address "wlan0" 192.168.2.254 255.255.255.0 netsh interface ipv4 add address "wlan0" %yournetaddr% %subnetv4mask% netsh interface ipv6 add address "wlan0" %yournetaddr6% REM add IPv4 routes route -4 add %subnetv4% mask %subnetv4mask% %gateway4% route -4 add %networkv4% mask %networkv4mask% %gateway4% REM add IPv6 routes route -6 add %gateway6% :: route -6 add %subnetv6% %gateway6% REM this last route wasn't working without manually filling in the info. REM I don't know why.. Broken line commented out. REM route -6 add %networkv6% %gateway6% route -6 add fd00::/8 fd43:6d1:3ee2:1000::1 echo Press enter to check your IPv4 routing table echo Do not forget to add static routes to this computer on your BGP router! echo Example: "root@router:~# ip route add 172.20.184.242 dev wlan0" echo Example: "root@router:~# ip route add fd43:6d1:3ee2:1000::2/128 dev wlan0" pause cls route -4 print echo Press enter to check your IPv6 routing table pause cls route -6 print echo Press enter to try to ping gateway pause cls ping %gateway4% pause ping %gateway6% pause
Last edited by lare, 2023-04-08 20:08:13