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FW: PON dials out, but PPP connection dropped

> > >I have attached some of some related files.  Also, this computer is on
> > >a LAN (in case that makes any difference).
> > >
> >
> > as a non modem related issue, since the linux host is already
> on a LAN it
> > quite possibly has a default route established.  it could be that unless
> > you tweak your routing table the rest of your LAN will become
> unreachable
> > as soon as you connect to the internet.
> Yes, the default route established at boot time. It is defined by
> a route statement in /etc/init.d/network.  (I've enclosed a copy
> of that file).
> > if you reach the LAN though a NON-default route this should not be a
> > problem though.  Hopefully the LAN is either using either
> registered-IP or
> > reserved-IP ranges.
> What is the appropriate syntax for route to set up a non-default
> route to my LAN? (I use IP addresses in the 192.168.x.x range.)
> Thanks for taking the time to answer.
> Sincerely,
> David
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