> I wish to route IP from an SGI (IRIX 5.3) to a small subnet I have at home,
> where I am using a Linux box as a router to the ethernet there. The home
> ethernet exists in a subnet with mask 255.255.255.192, and I can configure
> the Linux box for this fine.
> I am trying to find a way of setting a static route for that subnet on our
> SGI, so it routes only that subnet down the PPP to my home ethernet, but
> couldn't seem to find any netmask options for route(1M). Linux's route(8)
> has a netmask option which allows this. Is this the right way, or is there
> some subnet I must set on the ppp interface?
> I am currently making it work via a bunch of proxy arps (one for each of the
> home machines) on the SGI, but would like a more elegant (and extensible)
> solution :)
extensions SGI is *building* in IRIX now (i.e., it's not yet there), and if you
run routed's, you need'em to use RIPv2 (not yet there either).
Coming to an OS near you soon ;).
Sales Support Engineer
Silicon Graphics NV/SA (Belgium)