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'[OT]: LINUX AND MASQUAREDING'
2000\10\12@205907 by Andy Kelley N1YEW

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I dont know if I spelled that right but here goes:

On my linux machine which is acting as a gateway for my win machine is masq'ing the 192.168.0.x network.. linux connects to dialup.  then after many days linux prints a line of the routing table(by typing route of course) and halts.
did anyone else notice this problem?

if so did you find a fix?

I found a way to temporarily fix it.

type
route
route del default
(wait a minute or two )
route add default gw gateway interface

substitute gateway's ip for gateway and interface (for you guessed it) interface...

Andy K
N1YEW

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2000\10\12@214419 by Mike Eggleston

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I'm using a linux box as demand dialup for five windows boxes and have no problems at all. I'm also using masquerading and ip routing.

Mike

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2000\10\13@103400 by Andy Kelley N1YEW

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did you ever notice that demand dialing dials randomly??

andy


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> I'm using a linux box as demand dialup for five windows boxes and have no
problems at all. I'm also using masquerading and ip routing.
>
> Mike
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> Andy Kelley N1YEW wrote:
>
> > I dont know if I spelled that right but here goes:
> >
> > On my linux machine which is acting as a gateway for my win machine is
masq'ing the 192.168.0.x network.. linux connects to dialup.  then after
many days linux prints a line of the routing table(by typing route of
course) and halts.
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interface...
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2000\10\13@104019 by Mike Eggleston

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Hi Andy!

On Fri, 13 Oct 2000, Andy Kelley N1YEW wrote:

> did you ever notice that demand dialing dials randomly??
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> andy
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2000\10\13@104244 by M. Adam Davis

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My FreeBSD box has sendmail and a few other programs enabled on it which do
silly things like DNS queries and such at odd hours.  I've set my box up so it
will only dial out if I try and contact an IP address on a TCP port on another
server.  It's kind of kludgy, but to connect, all you have to do is open a
browser on another computer, type in a random IP address and it connects.  It
disconnects if there isn't any TCP activity for 5 minutes.  (which rules out DNS
queries, as they are UDP)

I'd like to be able to control it from another computer more easily (ie, VB
program which tells the box to connect or disconnect), but no time to learn.

-Adam

Andy Kelley N1YEW wrote:
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> did you ever notice that demand dialing dials randomly??
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