I think there are 2 lines about this in the Redhat Reference Manual .. Also,
it is possible to set static routes from the gui network-config program ..
Yeh and I agree with you .. documentation is a bit misleading ..
> hmm, I'm using Redhat 7.2 as installed by the Dell ServerAssistant
> I'm going to go with Sammo's suggestion and work from there. Thanks for
> the help everyone. I think this should be worked out better in the docs
> (which means I should just take it by the horns and do it myself). One
> shouldn't have to be a routing engineer to do something like this.
> > It was very simple to do in one way:
> > /sbin/route add -net 10.1.0.0 netmask 255.255.0.0 gw 10.10.2.1 eth1
> > Now, all requests to/from 10.1.*.* will be routed through the proper
> > gateway. The thing for me to figure out is how to make this permanent
> > won't survive a reboot). Does anyone know what configuration file this
> > go into?
> > > I was reading the other thread "Routing to mulitiple Gateways, is it
> > > possible?" and it seems like there must be an easier way to do what I
> > > to do
> > > I have two gateways 10.10.1.1 and 10.10.2.1
> > > The two ethernet addresses are 10.10.1.10 and 10.10.2.10
> > > There doesn't need to be any routing between the two subnets (in fact,
> > > don't want it). Adding an entry such as
> > > GATEWAY=10.10.1.1
> > > to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1 doesn't work like I
> > it
> > > might. I've seen that /etc/gateway is supposed to be available, but I
> > can't
> > > find any documentation on this. Any ideas?