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Old 19th May 2009, 11:24 PM
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Setting up a proper route

I keep having problems setting up a proper route.

For example:

I have an IP addr. (static) on my server set to:
netmask is
gateway is
interface: eth2

How would I create a proper "route" from this information?

interface: eth2
for the destination im putting:
and netmask:

But i know it is the wrong way to set up routes.

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