Q: IP-Aliasing possible ?

Q: IP-Aliasing possible ?

Post by Christoph Lechleitne » Wed, 19 Jun 1996 04:00:00



Hi!

Does anybody know of a possibility of telling OS/2's ifconfig to use =

more than one address for a certain interface ?

regards =

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Q: IP-Aliasing possible ?

Post by Sacha Pri » Wed, 19 Jun 1996 04:00:00




:>
:>Hi!
:>
:>Does anybody know of a possibility of telling OS/2's ifconfig to use =
:>
:>more than one address for a certain interface ?
:>

The beta (from Merlin) does this by adding 'alias' as keyword on the
'ifconfig' commandline.

Sacha

 
 
 

Q: IP-Aliasing possible ?

Post by Kenn Mart » Thu, 20 Jun 1996 04:00:00




>Hi!

>Does anybody know of a possibility of telling OS/2's ifconfig to use >
>more than one address for a certain interface ?

Looks like this is in the TCP/IP v4.0 beta.  You can also
create 'virtual' PPP sessions and configure addresses for
each using TCP/IP v3.x

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kenn martin
lexington
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1. IP aliasing with TCP/IP V4.0

  I'm trying to use the IP aliasing capabilities of TCPIP v4.0 to allow an
OS/2 Warp Server machine running TCPIP v3.0, on an internal network to
connect with the internet, via an OS/2 Warp client with a PPP connection.

  OS/2 Warp Server (TCPIP 3.0)
Intrf lan0 192.7.1.13
Route default 192.7.1.201

  OS/2 Warp client (TCPIP 4.0)
Intrf lan0 192.7.1.201
Intrf ppp0 206.119.137.253
Route default 207.60.33.194
Route 207.60.33.94 206.119.137.253
Route 192.7.1.13 192.7.1.201
Ipgate on

There is also a route default 0.0.0.0, which I cannot get rid of for some
reason.  I believe it is being added by the dhcpstrt command.

  Outside machine (ISP Shell account)
IP addr 192.100.81.100

  I expected to be able to reach 192.100.81.100 from the Warp Server, but
can't.  Can anyone see anything wrong with the above configs?  Am I trying
to do something that is beyond the capabilities of TCPIP v4?

  Thanks in advance.

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