[rescue] Putting an insecure machine on a network

laz at moaa.net laz at moaa.net
Tue Mar 21 21:07:00 CST 2006

half and half on your memory.
in.routed will not start if /etc/notrouter exists, OR there is an /etc/defaultrouter entry.


> At Tuesday, March 21, 2006 1:38 PM, Mike F wrote:
> > You'll want to do `ndd -set /dev/tcp ip_forwarding 1` to set
> > forwarding between the 2 interfaces (and maybe put it in an init
> > script to persist between reboots.)
> Maybe I'm just showing off how much I've forgotten about Solaris over
> the last few years, but didn't they do this backwards? ISTR that Solaris
> would automatically enable forwarding when it detected multiple
> interfaces and you touched /etc/notrouter if you didn't want the startup
> scripts to do this.
> /etc/defaultrouter then contains either the hostname or the IP address
> of the default gateway.
> Please tell me I haven't forgotten this.
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> Devin L. Ganger <devin at thecabal.org>
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