Windows XP dynamically updates the routing table after
plugging/unplugging a network cable from an interface?
How to make Linux to do the same?
: Windows XP dynamically updates the routing table after
: plugging/unplugging a network cable from an interface?
: How to make Linux to do the same?
If you mean a ppp or pppoe connection you can define this as well, check
your config file in /etc/ppp/ or /etc/ppp/peers/ , for example I can find
in one of mines something like this:
# The following two options should work fine for most DSL users.
# Assumes that your IP address is allocated dynamically
# by your DSL provider...
# Comment out if you already have the correct default route installed
I have, what I think, is a simple question for the TCP/IP guys out there
who are familar with routing tables on AIX 4.1.5/4.2.1 in an IBM SP
environment. Or maybe not.
I have recently noticed that when I execute a 'netstat -r' on a
particular node in the SP environment, there are routing table entries
that I know I didn't put in there. I have to delete these "unwelcomed"
entries and re-add the correct ones. This is undesireable and maybe a
quick crash course in routing tables is justified. These unwelcomed
routing table entries seem to be automatically added right after I have
IPL'ed the node in question.
How did these routing table entries get added in the routing table? Does
anybody know the process?
Thank you in advance for your responses.
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