Whenever I try viewing the current routing tables by typing "route" or
"netstat -r" at the command prompt I only get the standard header - no
information. The command just hangs and I must Ctrl-C to get out. I've
heard from someone that this occassionally happens to him - but I've never
successfully viewed the routing table.
I'm pretty sure I've got everything configured correctly - ifconfig shows
the expected three interfaces: loopback, ethernet, and serial.
Any ideas why? If so, please help!
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