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Old 12-19-2003, 03:46 AM   #1
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Angry Problems with iproute2 on Kernel 2.6

Hi folks,

I have a Slakware 9.1/current linux box with three NICs (two for external ISPs, and one for local net).
I tried to use 2.6.0 kernel and something is wrong, because iproute2
does not work corretly.
No routed packets go via second ISP NIC which I use with iproute rules. With 2.4.22 kernel I have no problems at all with packet routing.

Also I tried to recompile"iproute2" against current (2.6.0) kernel sources, but it does not help.

Any ideas folks?

Thanks in advance

Old 12-19-2003, 09:10 AM   #2
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Basicaly to be more correct the is with "ip" command. "tc" works just fine.



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