[nycbug-talk] OpenBSD PF help

Okan Demirmen okan at demirmen.com
Wed Jun 13 19:55:01 EDT 2007

On Wed 2007.06.13 at 18:00 -0400, Barry Kominik wrote:
> ok, maybe I'm getting somewhere. ISP says " is routed to
> you statically. It is up to you to take the routing from the handoff
> for this subnet." Does this mean I need to run routed? Since I only
> have two networks, each connected to an interface and the routing
> table gets set up properly, do I still need to have an /etc/gateways
> file?

no need for anything, except for /etc/mygate with your default route to
the 'world' (e.g. your isp).

when they say " is routed to you statically..." to *what*
are they supposedly routing 'to'?  basically their routing table
*should* have a 'next hop' of (or whatever your 'outside',
'north', or 'connected' interface is bound) for  ask them
to what their static route points.  (in layman's terms...)

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