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about route: subnetting...



I have got a HUB connected to internet through a cisco router and 
to a number of clients from two different ip classes:

network 192.106.101.0 - netmask 255.255.255.0
network 151.4.61.0 netmask 255.255.255.128

Now I want to change the configuration of my OpenBSD machine 
151.4.61.5 so that it can receive and send packets directly to the 
192.106.101.0 network without passing through the router. Is that 
possible? which is the right route syntax to achieve this? I've tried a 
number of options w/o results. Please keep in mind that I do not 
want to add new ip aliases to the box, but I can change the 
configuration of all the machines inside the LAN.

Yours,




James WorK, jwk@lords.com
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