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Power Add Static Routes to new physical address

Hi,
I need help to add new route:

10.252.0.138, GW 10.252.0.129 to e1000g1
and
10.252.0.10, GW 10.252.0.1 to e1000g2

tnx
# 2  
#cd /etc/rc2.d
#vi S99staticroute
Add the following line
route add 10.252.0.138 10.252.0.129
route add 10.252.0.10 10.252.0.1

reboot
# 3  
Hi,
tnx, but how do you know which one is for interface e1000g1 and which one for e1000g2?

mehrdad
# 4  
plumb the ip using ifconfig command for e1000g0 and g1.
then touch the /etc/hostname.e1000g0 and g1. put the IP/hostname of that interface inside the file
# 5  
tThanks alot.

Mehrdad

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