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Re: route command cannot set up route through point-to-point interface
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 04:50:53AM -0400, der Mouse wrote:
> > Netbsd's route command seems to reject route through point-to-point
> > interface.
> That's odd; it's always worked fine for me. Could you give a specific
> example, showing the configuraitno, the route command attempted, and
> the failure message?
> > I checked out difference of the source code between netbsd and
> > freebsd, and maked following patch.
> I'm guessing here, trying to reverse-engineer the behaviour you don't
> like from the patch, but it looks almost as though you're expecting to
> specify the _local_, not _remote_, address of the .2. interface on the
> route command. If so, I'd say the bug is in your expectations; in
> other cases, the gateway given to route(8) is the (non-local) address
> of the next-hop machine, not an address on the local machine.
In principle, it should not be necessary to have local and remote
addresses on a point-to-point link at all. What route(8) incantation
sets the route in that case? Is it route add <destination> -interface
David Young OJC Technologies
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