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Re: Linux Routing Problem

On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, KoReE wrote:

> I was just curious if anyone has ever run across this probelm.  I use a
> Linux box to do some routing in my office.  It has two ethernet cards in
> it, and routes between the two.  For the past few days, it has been doing
> what appears to be losing ipv4 forwarding.  I will be able to ping both
> ethernet cards themselves, but none of the machines on the far end
> (network routed to eth1), even though eth1 is reachable and pingable.  I
> checked /proc/sys/net/ipv4_fowarding, and it was set to 1, which I believe
> is correct.  So, anyone ever seen this?  If so, anyone have an idea of
> what could be happening?

I've not seen it before, and I don't ever recall hearing of this
problem.  Curious, what kind of NIC's?


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