[rescue] Solaris as a gateway router
Daniel de Young
daniel at velvetsea.com
Sat Sep 6 01:43:17 CDT 2003
On Fri, 2003-09-05 at 23:18, Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
> Assuming you have all the ethernet ports configured correctly in
> Solaris, and assuming they are all good... check your netmasks,
> disable ipfilter and retest to make sure it doesn't have to do
> with the ipfilter rules.
> Depending on the subnets you are using, if your using multiple 10.X
> subnets and you don't set the netmask, Solaris will assign 255.0.0.0
> as the netmask. Check your netstat -r output to see where different
> stuff will go, check your netmasks with ifconfig.
> Depending on your network config as well, keep in mind that Solaris will
> use the same mac address for all ethernet interfaces. Depending on how
> your network is arranged (multiple ethernet ports on the same segment)
> this will possibly make things unhappy as well. If this is a problem
> with your network, change the mac address with ifconfig for those
All dead on the money. First thing to check when there's something
strange afoot is the packet filter!
I'd check the routing table too to see whassup...
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