Re: *delete* a default gw route?
Quoting firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com):
> I'm testing a firewall setup on my home system. Principle network
> connection is the internal modem of my desktop. I'm trying to route
> through my firewall box instead.
> While I can set up the network and add a default gw through the
> firewall, I don't seem to be able to remove the default entry
> corresponding to the ppp connection from my desktop. "route delete
> default gw <dialup-fqdn>" just hangs.
> Am I doing the right thing? Is this necessary? Ideally, I'd like to
> have the FW be the primary gateway, but use the second modem connection
> on an ad-hoc basis. I assume I'll need to do some sort of serial
> balancing or juggle with metrics to do this....
It shouldn't be necessary to remove a default ppp0 route if there's
already a default route when you start it: PPP shouldn't change the
default in this case ("not replacing existing default route to %s [%I]").
P.S. you won't be getting your personal copy of this email as you have
Mail-Followup-To: karsten, debian-user <firstname.lastname@example.org>
in your headers.
Email: email@example.com Tel: +44 1908 653 739 Fax: +44 1908 655 151
Snail: David Wright, Earth Science Dept., Milton Keynes, England, MK7 6AA
Disclaimer: These addresses are only for reaching me, and do not signify
official stationery. Views expressed here are either my own or plagiarised.