nyetworking in 2.4

Brett Worth brettw at cray.com.au
Sun Aug 26 18:00:37 EST 2001

On Sun, 26 Aug 2001, Mark Hummel wrote:

> A question:
> Does the order in which the routing table is set up matter?

One example where it does matter is where there are two possible matching
routes.  e.g.  if there is a route to a subnet that's different than
that to a superset of that network.

We have this situation where the gateway to is different to the
gateway to  In this case the route must appear

When you say you're trying to connect to the switch do you mean to the
maintenance console?

Could you post the output of the "ifconfig eth0", "netstat -arn" and "arp -a"

> Mark.


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