Subject: Re: Routing problem
To: Jukka Marin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Sommerfeld <email@example.com>
Date: 07/16/2000 09:15:32
> Problems, as always. NetBSD's route command doesn't allow for specifying
> a network interface, only a gateway address. I'm trying to route a subnet
> behind a separate gateway machine (NetBSD), but route always picks the wrong
> network interface and things don't work.
This is not currently possible due to limitations in the routing
socket. I was working on some changes in this area a while back but
never got around to merging them past the KAME/ipv6 commit..
> route add -net a.b.c.192 a.b.c.140 -netmask 0xffffffc0
> on NetBSD1, it adds the route, but via interface ppp0.
What netmask are you using on ppp0 and on the ethernet side? If the
ppp0 netmask doesn't include a.b.c.140, it should work...