[plug] rooted routing :(
rpowersau at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 29 09:53:45 WST 2004
--- bob <bob at fots.org.au> wrote:
> Well I'm obviously missing a piece of the puzzle with regard to routing and
> What I can't even get going is
> eth1 (192.168.1.x)
> eth0 (192.168.0.x)
> hosts on LAN
I had this problem.
What I had to do was set eth1 to use dhcp, not a static ip. And make the lan
192.168.1.x (because the modem defaults to 192.18.0.X when the line is dead).
This is with a DSL-300.
> although I can talk to the ADSL config web server I can't seem to route
> stuff out through eth1. I _thought_ it was as easy as - on the
> Gateway/firewal - del the default gw route (ppp0) add the ADSL box's IP as
> a host route and then add eth1 as the new default gw... apparently not :(.
> I had a theory it might have been the iptables fw... nope. I briefly cleared
> it and still no show.
> Adding a route to 192.168.1.x to hosts on LAN and setting that as its
> default GW appears to work for a while then fails (is this a problem with
> multiple paths to the ADSL box? ) and does not achieve what I want in any
> Attempts to look back into my network on the ports I have routed on the ADSL
> box to the Gateway/firewall - from spark - gets "Unable to connect to
> remote host: Connection refused". (even with the fw down)
> I have tried everything I can think of and read so much I am becoming even
> more confused as to how to proceed - I would very much appreciate some
> assistance in sorting this out.
> You can't cheat the phone company.
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