Subject: Re: Routed, anyone?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: der Mouse <mouse@Collatz.McRCIM.McGill.EDU>
Date: 03/07/1996 10:35:11
> Why are you using anything but static routes?
Probably to advertise the local net to the ISP, so it knows how to
route to it.
> There is no need here to use the routed. Unless your advertising
> like 40 different routes. Just put the routes in and leave them.
How? The ISP's gateway box is one place you'd need to add static
routes to obey your advice.
Mind you, having it listen to routing info is dubious in any case; the
next dialup user could also start advertising routes to your machines,
and the router won't know which to believe.
>> Anyone know how to tell routed not to delete a particular route,
>> every time?
> Yes, don't run it use static routes.
If you think it can be done with static routes, please explain how.
Don't forget to explain how the ISP's router box discovers where to
send packets for boxes behind the dialup machine.