when I run the /etc/rc.d/init.d/network start command I get a message
saying "route: netmask doesn't match route address" and then some lines
can anyone help me with this?
your network info is actually read from /etc/sysconfig/network (forQuote:> when I run the /etc/rc.d/init.d/network start command I get a message
> saying "route: netmask doesn't match route address" and then some lines
> on Usage.
we'll prob'ly need more info on your system's config to really say for
sure whats wrong. are you configuring an ip for you machine? is your
take a look at the output your routing tables using either "netstat -rn"
or "route -F". can you manually add routes using "route add xx asja
lastly, if using subnetting, your subnet must begin w/ all 1's. ie:
255.255.255.0. 255.0.255.0 is _not_ a valid mask. and see what line
actually calls "route" in init.d/network and see what it's args are.
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