Re: modem and default gw
On 25 Mag, 02:00, Marko Randjelovic <m...@sbb.co.yu> wrote:
> remigio wrote:
> > Hi,
> > on my pc I have installed a network pci card and an internal
> > softmodem. Both them work fine but I have a problem with the default
> > gateway.
> > In /etc/network/interfaces is defined a gateway that is used by the
> > nic, and the command ip route shows this defgw.
> > When I use Kppp and the modem to connect to the Internet, I note that
> > the defgw remain the same (the one defined for the nic) although in
> > kppp I set the option "Assign the Default route to this gateway", and
> > I can't go on the Internet.
> > Once Kppp has connected successufully to the provider, ip addr shows
> > that ppp0 has reseived the inet and the ptp address from the remote
> > server but the defgw is not the ptp addr! It still remain the same!
> > How can kppp assign the defgw route after connected?
> > Thanks.
> > Remigio
> Since you use kppp to connect to internet, do you need that NIC gateway
> at all?
No, I don't.