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Re[2]: gateway doesn't locate at the same subnet of the IP Address.



On Thursday, April 2, 2009 at 18:12, alex@samad.com.au wrote:

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> do you have a vpn up it looks like a point to point setup very strange.

To   be  frankly,  I  cann't  see  the  infrastructure of this network
considering that I'm not the network admin of my institute.

I post my issue here just because that some hosts in my institute have
been assigned the strange IP configurations I posted here and I myself
cann't figure it out.


> if you really want to try this under linux you can use ip route 

> so something like 

> ip r a 159.226.135.129/32 dev eth0

> that tells the kernel that 159.226.135.129 is accessible via eth0 then
> you should be able to do 

> ip r a default via 159.226.135.129 dev eth0 src <your ip address>

Thanks for your suggestions.
>  

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>> > Dave.
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Hongyi Zhao <hongyi.zhao@gmail.com> 
Xinjiang Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry
Chinese Academy of Sciences 
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2009-4-2


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