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Date:      Thu, 9 Feb 1995 08:37:32 -0500 (EST)
From:      Terry Rossi <>
Subject:   Is options "GATEWAY" needed 4 ppp
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I have a remote dial in user calling into my FreeBSD 2.0R machine.
I cannot seem to route his traffic on the FreeBSD box.  Do I need
the options "GATEWAY" in the kernel?

If someone can help I would appreciate it.
I have done the following.

arp -s <remote ip addr> <local ether id> perm pub

and the output of netstat -r looks like this.
picspc02 is the remote ppp user
picspc01 is the FreeBSD server

Routing tables

Destination      Gateway            Flags     Refs     Use  Interface
default          picsrt01           UGS         7   217834  ed0
localhost        localhost          UH          0       24  lo0
your-net         link#1             UC          0        0  ed0
picsdg01         8:0:1b:18:ff:ff    UHL         1       98  ed0
picspc01         0:0:e8:c2:20:e3    UHL         1     4035  lo0
picsrt01         0:0:c:9:f0:b3      UHL         1        0  ed0
picspc02         picspc01           UH          0        0  ppp0
picspc02         0:0:e8:c2:20:e3    UHLS2       0        0  ed0
picsfs02         0:0:c0:67:1f:70    UHL         0      358  ed0  link#1             UHL         1      244  ed0

Terry Rossi                 Data: 609/753-2540 
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