RE: Connecting 2 subnets via cipe|
Mon, 30 Apr 2001 16:05:22 +0200|
This is not a limitation of CIPE because I do this all the time.
Send to the list sanitized versions of your options files and the commands
you use to start the cipe daemons.
One thing to note: Since hosts A and C use dynamic IP addresses, B can't
talk to A until A talks to B. Same thing for the B-C connection. Also,
since A depends upon B to communicate to C, the B-C connection must be up
before A can talk to C (and vice versa).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Arne Goetje [SMTP:arne,AT,dome,DOT,net,DOT,tw
> Sent: Monday, April 30, 2001 12:42 AM
> To: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
> Subject: Connecting 2 subnets via cipe
> I don't know if this proble has been a topic in this list, a quick
> search on the archive didn't give me the answer I need...
> I want to connect two subnets vi cipe. Hosts A and C are connected to B
> and use a subnet for each connection:
> Host A: dynamic IP, 192.168.10.2 for cipe
> Host B: fixed IP, 192.168.10.1 and 192.168.20.1 for cipe
> Host C: dynamic IP, 192.168.20.2 for cipe
> I use Kernel 2.2.19 and cipe 1.5.1 on Host B but am not able to run 2
> cipe deamons with the two different config files. Only one starts up and
> is usable. If I want to start up the second deamon just nothing happens.
> It doesn't matter which one is started first. Both ones work, when they
> are used as the only connection. How can make cipe start both instances
> that I can do a routing between A and C?
> A and C are running cipe 1.5.1 too.
> Thanx for your help... :)
> Have fun
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