[TriLUG] some TCP utilities ignore kernel routing table?
rjoffe at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 10 14:03:42 EST 2006
On Tuesday 10 January 2006 13:18, Brian Henning wrote:
> Here's a bit more info on the layout here.
> We have two physical /24 subnets in the building: 192.168.1.0 and
> 192.168.10.0. They're physically separate; switched by separate
> switchgear and all that good stuff. .125 has a NIC on both subnets
> (.1.125 and .10.125), and is configured to act as a router between the two.
1. Can you telnet to any other device on the .10 network?
2. Can you telnet from any device on the .10 back to your .1 machine?
2a. Does that machine in the .10 network have a default GW of .10.125, or a
static defining the route to .1 ?
Well I guess that's more then two
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