Subject: Re: i don't understand netbsd ppp :(
To: None <>
From: Andrew Brown <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 02/26/2001 14:48:27
>> it has to do with the way bsd code does routing.  if you want the
>so here it's NOT default like with linux, where accessing local interface
>is always local.

like i said, it has to do with the way bsd does routing.  i'm not
really clear on it myself, so i don;t want to go too far into it.  :)

>> local interface to get packets through the look back interface, it
>> needs to have a route for that explicitly added, eg:
>>     route add
>could i add it to ip-up?

i don't see why not.

    route add $4

>> this then needs to be removed when the link goes down.
>could i add  

to ip-down?  yep.  that should work.

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