Quoting Philippe Villiers (firstname.lastname@example.org): > I'm using Mac failovers on a virtual machine where i'm trying to > install Debian Squeze. > The problem is when I try to specify my IP adress and such, I have a > gateway unreachable error. > > In fact I would like tu use the following configuration: > Ip address of the virtual machine is named IPVM, the gateway is IPGT > So the machine would have the following parameters: > IP address: IPVM > Broadcast address: IPVM > Netmask: 255.255.25.255 > Gateway: IPGT > > A /etc/network/interfaces would look like this: > > auto eth0 > iface eth0 inet static > address IPVM > netmask 255.255.255.255 > broadcast IPVM > post-up route add IPGT dev eth0 > post-up route add default gw IPGT > post-down route del IPGT dev eth0 > post-down route del default gw IPGT > > But I can't configure my network like this using the installer. Is this really something we want in the installer? I'm not entirely convinced that each and every specific setup needs to be configurable from scratch in D-I.
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