Lookup gated (I think it's gated.org), RIP, IGRP and OSPF. They may give
you the dynamic routing protocols you're looking for.
On Sat, 4 Aug 2001, Les Mikesell wrote:
> I find my use of CIPE is leading towards little 'islands'
> that have varying degrees of isolation and almost
> arbitrary needs to access certain hosts in other places.
> Currently I am mostly installing host routes to specific
> machines at a central location (which has full network
> routes to everything) as the CIPE tunnel comes up but
> that makes it cumbersome to make changes to the remotely
> accessible services and isn't all that secure, at least against
> someone with root access at the remote endpoint.
> Does anyone have a better solution? The best I can think
> of would be a tool that controlled both a routing protocol
> over the tunnels to announce to the remote ends what
> they should send and a firewall like ipchains to control
> what is allowed to come through. I guess this is off-topic
> for CIPE because the tunnel is really just another ptp interface
> will all the same issues, but I'll probably end up with more
> remote Linux office-in-a-box type servers with CIPE than
> real routers soon.
> Les Mikesell
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