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Date:      Tue, 11 Nov 2014 18:04:45 -0200
From:      =?windows-1252?Q?=22Dante_F=2E_B=2E_Col=F2=22?= <dante01010@gmail.com>
To:        Martin Paredes <mapsware@prodigy.net.mx>,  freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Static routing
Message-ID:  <54626BDD.3070408@gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <20141109203840.2949195f@morena.maps.net>
References:  <545BE713.9090705@gmail.com> <20141109203840.2949195f@morena.maps.net>

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Hi Martin

Thank you for your response. I mean the same subnet on both interfaces , 
i was just trying to setup  static route for  destinies *189.92.72.11* 
and *189.92.72.12*  through the *em1* omitting the gateway, that's what 
we do on Linux ( eg route add -host *189.92.72.11 *dev ethx)  but 
without success here.



  +-------+
  | Cisco |
  +-----+-+
        |if: 189.92.72.0/29
        |
        |em0: 189.92.72.10/255.255.255.248
      +-+-------+
      | FreeBSD |
      +-+-------+
        |em1: 189.92.72.11/255.255.255.248

        |
        |
  +-----+--+
  | Switch |            +-----------------+
  +--------+            |  MAIL           |
        |---------------+-----------------+
                         bnx0: 189.72.92.12/255.255.255.248
                                             

default            189.92.72.9        UGS     5606 706082933           em0
127/8              127.0.0.1          UGRS       0       63 33200      lo0
127.0.0.1          127.0.0.1          UH         2   542950 33200      lo0
189.92.72.10/29     link#5             UC         2        0 em0
189.92.72.9        f4:0f:1b:20:4b:20  UHLc       1 0           em0
189.92.72.10       00:10:18:9d:31:84  UHLc       0       46 lo0
189.92.72.11       link#5             UHLc       0 2           em0
204.31.112/24      link#2             C          0 0           bge1
204.31.112.24/29   link#2             C          1 0           bge1
204.31.112.26      00:25:64:3c:de:76  UHLc       0 34           lo0
224/4              127.0.0.1          URS        0        0 33200      lo0



On 11/10/14 1:38 AM, Martin Paredes wrote:
> El Thu, 06 Nov 2014 19:24:35 -0200
> "Dante F. B. Col˛"<dante01010@gmail.com>  escribiˇ:
>> Hello everyone
>>
>> I'm trying to setup some static routes on a freebsd  box for some
>> public addresses , the machine has two ethernet cards *em0 *and *em1
>> ***, *em0* is attached to a Cisco internet router and *em1* is
>> connected to a switch, both interfaces have  public addresses of the
>> same range ,
> What you mean with "the same range", same subnet?
>
>> *em1 *appears has absolutely no communication  ,  i took
>> a look at the static routes and there is a route for the subnet that
>> it goes to *em0* , i'm trying to add a static route for the ip
>> address pointing to the***em1* without pass gateway using *-iface*
>> parameter but always returns "Network unreachble",
> ip address does not point to interfaces, interfaces has ip address
>
> a route always need a network and an interface (you are omitting the
> interface)
>
>
>> someone can help
>> me or give some tips to fix this ? for many here this is probably a
>> nooby question, we also have some firewall Linux boxes that i'm gonna
>> migrate to freebsd (also trying on openbsd with the same problem) but
>> first i have to solve this.
>>
>> Best Regards
>> Dante F. B. Col˛
> What I image after reading your mail, is something like this
>
>   +-------+
>   | Cisco |
>   +-----+-+
>         |if: x.x.x.x/?
>         |
>         |em0: 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0
>       +-+-------+
>       | FreeBSD |
>       +-+-------+
>         |em1: 192.168.0.2/255.255.255.0
>         |
>         |
>   +-----+--+
>   | Switch |
>   +--------+
>
> But having 2 ip address of the same subnet, make no sense to me
>
> you need to put more information (ip addresses)
>
> The handbook part about statics routes
>
> https://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/network-routing.html#network-static-routes
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