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1. Red Hat
I have three systems A,B,C. I want to configure A in such a way that all packets from A to C goes via B.
1. ip route add 'ip of C' via 'ip of B'
2. route add -net 'net address' netmask gw 'ip of B'
These commands work initially when I try a ping or traceroute and expire after... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: kanak
2. Red Hat
Is there a quick way to check whether the current routes on my centos are
persistent or not before rebooting ?
i can take a route -n output but i may completely lost access to my server if the routes are gone.
thanks. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: coolatt
Just a question of thought. Why one needs to add static routes on Unix servers ? If I had ethernet card, it already has the settings for gateway for incoming and outgoing requests. We donot have to explicitly set the route it should take. Then what is the use... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dextergenious
I'm writing a program which uses curl to be run on Linux PCs which will be used by a number of different users. I cannot make the users all install curl on their individual machines, so I have tried to link curl in statically, rather than using libcurl.so. I downloaded the source and created a... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: BrandonShw
im used to windows dll which gets loaded at runtime, are static libraries the same? the ones i link with -l on gcc?
i mean, if my app used libpng for example, and i compiled it to a single ELF executable and took it to another pc that have no libpng on it, will it work? or it will complain... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: JonhyM
6. IP Networking
hello, i need help on setting my coyote linux, i've working on this for last 5 days, can't get it to work. I've been posting this message to coyote forum, and other linux forum, but haven't get any answer yet. Hope someone here can help me...... please see my attached picture first.
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Discussion started by: dlwoaud
I need help to add new route:
10.252.0.138, GW 10.252.0.129 to e1000g1
10.252.0.10, GW 10.252.0.1 to e1000g2
tnx (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: mehrdad68
When adding a route (or indeed deleting a route) which file is amended ? I am moving a box from one network to another and when it starts up it tries to connect run 'add net 192.x.x.x' etc etc ...but i dont want it to do that
where do I edit these route additions
cheers (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: hcclnoodles
Ok, I made changes to my routing tables..... which file do I modify to make the routes initialize correctly when the machine boots up? I work with all flavours of Unix/Linux... but this is an older box...
Linux, Release 2.2.14-5.0.
I did a grep for the default route in /etc, but didnt find... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: djsal
10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I need some help adding routes in sco.
I am using SCO Openserver 5.0.4.
Basically I have 2 gateways here. The first is 10.15.1.1 and allows me access to the rest of the computers in the office and in other offices.
The other gateway is 10.15.10.2 and is the sonicwall that will allow access... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: cstovall