nyetworking in 2.4
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 10.61.3.0/24 is different to the
gateway to 10.61.0.0/16. In this case the 10.61.3.0/24 route must appear
When you say you're trying to connect to the switch do you mean to the
Could you post the output of the "ifconfig eth0", "netstat -arn" and "arp -a"
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