Multiple Interfaces Issue

bscott@ntisys.com bscott at ntisys.com
Tue Dec 31 08:29:01 CST 2002


On Mon, 30 Dec 2002, at 10:44pm, john at metalab.unc.edu wrote:
>> 10.10.10.0    *            255.255.255.0    U      40   0        0  eth1
>> 10.10.10.0    *            255.255.255.0    U      40   0        0  eth1
>> default       10.10.10.1   0.0.0.0          UG     40   0        0  eth0
>
> Hmmm... the routing tables could be the source of the problem.  In the
> config [above], it looks like the machine thinks that its subnet is only
> on eth1, not on both interfaces.  I'm not sure which config option the
> redhat scripts use to set the routes.

  Routes to directly-connected networks spring into existence automatically
when the interfaces are configured.  Or at least, that is the way it is
supposed to work, in kernel 2.4.

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