I am posting a question here because a google groups search revealed there had been a discussion of static IP addresses and the route command in this group.
Question: Preamble: I use static addresses in my home PC farm with a five port Ethernet switch. Addresses look like 192.168.1.X For WiFi, and to connect to my wireless printer in the bedroom I use an MK802 IIIs created Wifi hot spot. It creates a subnet in which addresses look like 192.168.43.Z I would like a simpler way of printing from the192.168.1.X subnet to 192.168.43.220 using the route command. (?) The same issue applies to the printer device page at 192.168.43.220
The help for the route command in Windows is written as a refresher for an expert. I don't understand.
Thanks in advance.