[Asterisk-Users] hdlc setup routing question

Tilghman Lesher tilghman at mail.jeffandtilghman.com
Mon Jun 7 21:24:28 MST 2004

On Monday 07 June 2004 17:22, Michael A Rowley wrote:
> WAN IP’s   Far end (Gateway)
>                       Near end (local interface)
>                       Subnet mask
>                       Encapsulation Frame Relay
>                       Maintenance Protocol ANNEX D (ANSI)
>                       DLCI 44
> Ethernet IP on Router is  subnet mask
> Usable IP’s are  to
> DNS servers
>    Primary
>    Secondary
> So, I need pointopoint from to
> Now, belongs to sprint... I can't use it... but it is
> being assigned to pvc0 to complete the point to point protocol for
> frame relay.
> is the router IP address that sprint set up on my
> adtran. Thats fine.  So I need the ip address for my box to
> actually be so that I can actually reach it... I
> tried the setup without, but I could not reach the
> box at all at  It would respond to a ping, but could
> not ssh into it, or anything else.  My guess is that
> is protected by a firewall at sprint, and (my ip
> addresses) are set up as DMZ's.
> With this setup, I can ssh, if is set
> up, but not without it.....

The route(8) command is deprecated.  Don't use it.  What you should
be using instead is the "ip route" command:

# ip route add default via src

This sets packets originating on your gateway machine to have the
source address of even if the packets are going out the
interface with the address.


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