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Old 10-12-2002, 11:57 PM   #1
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Exclamation Default route problem.. (typical)


I have RH 8.0 and an ADSL connection. The computer its a 'server' for 10 computers, so it have JUST one eth (eth0) and the ppp0 (no eth1..), ok the problem:

When I type pppd to connect (well its adsl-start, its the same, I also tried pppd before) I get this message:

Oct 13 04:49:32 servidor pppd[1860]: not replacing existing default route to eth0 []

So I look for info and I tried:

1. Add the line: defaultroute to /etc/ppp/options <-- no good results
2. Remove the GATEWAY= from /etc/sysconfig/network <-- no good results


What can I do to make default route the ppp0? or how can i solve it?

Old 02-20-2003, 06:46 AM   #2
Registered: Mar 2002
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Distribution: Mandrake Linux 9.2, Knoppix 3.0
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try this
route del default
route add default ppp0


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