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Date:      Wed, 13 Sep 95 23:40:39 0000
From:      Robert Burns <rjbproc@Vir.com>
To:        questions@freebsd.org, rjbproc@Vir.com
Subject:   routed or gated - static routes
Message-ID:  <199509140331.WAA20704@Vir.com>

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Hello

I am trying to get a remote unix slip connection to ping a
NETWARE server through an HPUX 9.0 host. All my addresses are
static, so I'm not sure what the best method is. Here is the
layout:


   192.66.22.99              192.66.22.98
  FreeBSD Machine <--slip--> HP-UX Machine
                                   | 192.6.2.1
                                   |
   System closed                 tcp/ip
   to Internet                     |
                                   |
                            Netware Machine     
                                     192.6.2.8

As it stands, I can ping 1 level in any direction, but I
can't
ping the Netware machine from FreeBSD machine for instance. 

Can someone direct me with what I should use, routed or gated
and how to set up the routing info?




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Robert Burns (rjbproc@vir.com)
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