Subject: Re: Bug or Feature
To: Radivoje Todorovic <>
From: Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino <>
List: tech-net
Date: 06/19/2001 22:13:20
>> >I didn't get the answer from the mailing list and by browsing the =
>> >archives I found that what I am trying is impossible with NetBSD.
>> >Need just quick answer: Yes or No.
>> try the following.
>> # route add -net -ifp bla0
>> if you are on NetBSD prior to 1.5.1 you need two commands for this,
>> # route add -net 
>> # route change -net -ifp bla0
>I just tried and I could see the problem in /var/log/messages:
>rtinit: wrong ifa (oxaaaaaa) was (oxbbbbbb) 
>Can you elaborate on this?

	core@netbsd is not the right place for questions.  use tech-net.

	you need to clarify
	- what kind of *exact* command you have issued
	- what kind of routing table entries you had (netstat -rnalv)
	- what kind of interface addresses you had (ifconfig -a)
	- what is your kernel version (netbsd or freebsd?)

	without these question we cannot diagnose anything.
	i need to tell you that, even if we have the above information,
	we may not be able to diagnose (but it is better to have more