Subject: Re: why routed
To: Michael Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Monroe Williams <email@example.com>
Date: 11/17/1996 18:00:07
At 1:36 AM -0000 11/18/96, Michael Richardson wrote:
> Right, that didn't occur to me. I had assumed that gated was
>originally of berkeley origin. What concerns me is that we are
>distributing routed; my experience is that more naive system
>administrators are mislead by its presence than helped.
> Experienced system administrators know to either:
> -install gated (big network)
> -use static routes (small network)
> I believe that routed still does not deal with P2P links?
I was using it on an ethernet<->slip router, until I wised up and installed
gated. ;) It was pretty stupid about aggregating routes, but it did seem
to work. (The router on the other end figured out how to reach my subnet.)