jake at eclectic.com.au
Mon Aug 30 12:51:35 CST 1999
sound to me as is if pppd is adding a default gateway route when it
dials, but before it dials there is "no way out" :)
type "route" at a prompt, before you dial out. there should be a line
(at the bottom)
destination gateway genmask <stuff> iface
default xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 0.0.0.0 <stuff> eth0
where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP address of your eth0
if this is not there, then you need to update the file
/etc/sysconfig/network and have a line
Alex Wilkinson wrote:
> Hi all
> I have a minute problem someone may
> have come accross before.
> I have a Linux Box(acts as the server) networked to a Windows/Linux box.
> A simple network.
> However, whenever I want to connect to the Linux box from the Win box,
> I have to dial up first. Once dialed up all is ok and I the machines can
> Note: I only have to dial up once....then I can disconnect and the
> will still talk(ie I can log on and off...all is ok).
> Note again: If I haven't dialed up and I attempt to talk to the Win box,
> the machines
> do somewhat talk but do not give me a login
> prompt etc,
> and then time out.
> Obviously when I shutdown I have to dial up again to get the machines
> However this is an expensive exercise(especially when I only want to
> transfer a few files
> accross whilst doing assignments).
> It seems that connecting to the Internet results in addressing being
> It is annoying(and expensive) dialing up just to talk to a machine 2
> metres away from me.
> Any suggestions, ideas, comments, pointers, would be extremely
> Check out the LinuxSA web pages at http://www.linuxsa.org.au/
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Jake Hawkes, B. Eng (CSE)
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