[plug] rooted routing :(

Dean Holland speedster at westnet.com.au
Wed Apr 28 22:37:37 WST 2004

I guess the only other things to check would be that the gateway is not 
NAT'ing traffic out eth1 (unless you're NAT'ing twice) and if that's the 
case make sure the NB1300 has a route to 192.168.0.x via the gateway 

ie say eth1 is

On the NB1300 there would be a route via (not sure how to do this on it 
sorry - never used one!)

and on the gateway you'd set it's default gateway to the address of the 
NB1300 UG 0 0 eth1

If that's how you've set it up it should work. The only thing I can 
think of is that the NB1300 doesn't want to do NAT outside of the subnet 
specified on it's network interface.


bob wrote:

> On Wednesday 28 April 2004 22:17, Dean Holland wrote:
>>What if you set the NB1300 to Bridged(RFC1483) mode and setup a pppoe
>>client on the gateway? That way you're dealing with two PPP connections
>>on the same gateway - might be easier on routing.
>>Of course you may have your reasons for not wanting to do it that way! :)
> I had thought that would be more difficult to do than the eth1 route - 
> perhaps it is time to rethink that.
> I am still perplexed as to why I can't seem to get the thing to route 
> without ppp in the picture. 
> It has been a very frustrating couple of days so far - time to sleep on it.

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