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Re: Default route



Why don't you just boot with the GENERIC kernel to see if your kernel
changes were the problem.

diana

On Wed, 17 Nov 1999, Chris Cappuccio wrote:

> On Thu, 18 Nov 1999, Jack J. Woehr wrote:
> 
>  | Chris Cappuccio wrote:
>  | 
>  | > The default route has to lie within a network that is directly connected
>  | >
>  | > Can you ping it with no default route added ?
>  | 
>  | Yes, I can ping the gateway.
>  | 
>  | I see netstart trying to add the default ... it says "Network is Unreachable."
>  | But the network is fine when it's done, just no default route.
>  | 
>  | Maybe I should *confess* that I recompiled the kernel because the defaults
>  | for my net card weren't right. In the process, I removed all the other net
>  | card support. Could I have nuked something out of the kernel that would
>  | cause this behaviour? I kinda understand the relation between the various
>  | busses and the devices, so I don't really suspect this, but Murphy Lives.
>  | 
> 
> It's possible that you messed it up...
> 
> If you see "Network is unreachable" then there may be a typo in /etc/mygate
> because you should only see that if the host is not on a directly connected
> network.
> 
> ---
> Gates' Law: Every 18 months, the speed of software halves.
> 
> 



Diana Eichert
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