Subject: Re: is there any reason that kernel doesn't notify userland when redirect route is deleted due to timeout?
To: enami tsugutomo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Bill Sommerfeld <email@example.com>
Date: 08/13/2002 09:28:11
> The only annoying thing I know is that routed logs on console that
> everytime the route disappeared from kernel routing table. Should I
> just shut up the routed?
If it's routed acting as a router discovery agent (only learning
default), that makes sense.
If it's routed speaking RIP, my understanding is that at least some
"purists" will now say that you are a router and shouldn't be
listening to redirects. i.e., the warning is appropriate, and perhaps
should be joined by a routed startup-time warning if sysctl
net.inet.ip.redirect is nonzero.
Does routed turn the redirect-routes into RIP host-routes? that would