You can set a route under the Network Configuration. I had the default
route set to myself when I started and it only causes problems. I used the
Network configuration and cleaned out the values I set when I installed and
I then set the two recommended iptwadm commands in /etc/rc.d/rc.local and
away it went.
The Network configuration is found under control-panel and is the button
with the connected computers on it.
I have a linux box running rather well, until I have to re-boot. When I
re-boot the machine, I have to type
route add default gw 130.160.xxx.x eth0
before the machine will access any machine outside the 130.160 domain.
Where can I include this line in my startup files?
Thanks in advance.
Manager, Area Computing Services
The Capstone College of Nursing
School of Social Work
The University of Alabama
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