RE: Major Network Issues
First of all, I would go to base connection issues. Turn off/ignore any
local networking issues for the box you are trying to connect to road
runner. With road runner, I use 'pump' from potato, it really works slick.
It will overwrite any existing routing for the interface it uses. To that
end, since pump will overwrite your existing routing, AFAIK you have two
alternatives 1) use a second NIC for the internal network (potentially messy
if you have internet direct clients talking to non-internet clients) or 2)
(re)compile your kernel to add multiple ip support per interface (messier
IMHO). Hope this help you in the right direction.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris HOOVER [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, July 01, 2000 8:14 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Major Network Issues
> I'm having major network problems since switching to
> new ISP (road runner). I know that the problem is on
> side and need some help figuring out what is wrong and
> how to fix it.
> Problem 1: I am unable to ping/connect any of my
> servers (pop/smtp/nntp/etc) from any box on my network
> other than my ipmasq box. Of course, the ipmasq box
> the nic for the rr cable modem in it.
> Problem 2: Due to problem 1, I can't send e-mail from
> my lan. I'm using exim. I tried on a reconfig to
> set the smart host smtp server to the ip address of
> smtp server of rr. However, when I tried to send a
> test message,
> I recieved the following error: lookup of host
> failed in smarthost router.
> Problem 3: I'm running dhcp for my internal network.
> How can I get machines that are given dhcp address to
> dns-able for my lan (not worried about being able to
> them from the internet).
> Please let me know any specific information you might
> need to help diagnose and solve this problem, and I
> try to provide it.
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