Re: DNS problem on Solaris X86
Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 11:44:11 +0200 (CEST)
did you try to add the default gateway??? /etc/defaultrouter and type the
default router on your network
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... which is the router just this side of the ... >>because it's own gateway is still up. ... You'll also need three network cards to put into this Linux box. ... your internal LAN can route packets to the Internet. ...
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... and which need to be contacted via the Default Gateway. ... The Default Gateway being the software process that does the network ... Gateway (as set up by your ISP's DHCP packet to the router), ... me so I can send it directly (to the MAC address discovered by ARP). ...
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... The default gateway is at 192.168.16.1. ... or the gateway does not lie on the same network as the ... The private router is set up to pass all ... >your access router has an interface on ...
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... Actually, these are HOST addresses, not NETWORK addresses. ... I will assume that this means from the 192.168.1.x/24 subnet you can ... your Internet Router, and not related to routing between the two internal ... Gateway using Interface 192.168.1.12. ...