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Old 01-13-2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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netmask doesn't make sense

I am in a LAN :
the network administrator gave this settings:
my IP:

I use Slackware 10 with 2.6.15 Kernel.
All went well until 2 days ago when suddenly the internet was down.

when I type route I get this:
Destination Gateway Source Mask

why did the destination IP changed?

and why can't I delete this entry ?
I've tried to put this
route -net add gw netmask dev eth0

but it doesn't work
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