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Subject: Can't figure it out.
From: Geir Sjurseth <geir,AT,netch,DOT,se>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 15:09:10 +0100

Ok... I have a RH7.1 (cipe 1.5.2 ) and an nt4 system.  Each system has
only 1 network card.  I assume this is ok, though I don't recall reading
it anywhere.  When we start cipe then we can ping the cipe-addresses
with no problem, but as soon as I have the nt user add a route to my
network address nothing works.  

Here is an overview of my setup.

NT4
===
ptpaddr         10.10.1.1
ipaddr          10.10.2.1
me              62.20.7.171:aaaa
peer            194.218.230.112:bbbb
key             [key]

RHat
====
device          cipcb0
ptpaddr         10.10.2.1
ipaddr          10.10.1.1
me              194.218.230.112:bbbb
peer            62.20.7.171:aaaa
key             [key]

I had read issues dealing with iptables, so I am using ipchains.  I am 
forwarding all packets that come from 10.10.2.0 to 10.10.1.0 and vice
versa.  I am also forwarding packets from 10.10.2.0 to 194.218.230.96.
I don't really think this should be necessary but I am doing it anyway.

We bring up cipe, with no ip-up scripts, and we can ping each other
10.10.x.x address. I have my nt-user 
route add 194.218.230.96 mask 255.255.255.224 10.10.1.1
and then nothing works anymore...  What gives?

Since we are able to ping each-others ptp addresses I feel the problem
must be routing related, but I don't know where to look.

Geir
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