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Re: right place for routes, etc.
- To: tech_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: right place for routes, etc.
- From: "Ilya A. Kovalenko" <shadow_(_at_)_oganer_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 18:20:58 +0800
- Reply-to: "Ilya A. Kovalenko" <shadow_(_at_)_oganer_(_dot_)_net>
MB> If you want custom routes set, why not do it in rc.local.
1. What is "custom routes" ? What hand-writed routes is not
2. Routes must be set before tunnels up, so routes (or some of them)
must be writed to /etc/hostname.*. And I do not understand, why
routes must be writed to several files, depending of secondary
things. Ifaces relations, "custom" or not "custom" routes ...
3. I also, can write routes to rc.local (actually, i writing it to
hosnames) but IMHO it's not idealogically right.
Ilya A. Kovalenko
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