Heinz Ulrich Stille <ulrich,AT,design-d,DOT,de>|
Fri, 14 Dec 2001 13:25:06 +0100|
I've got three LANs to connect. One links to the internet via leased line
and a routable IP address, the other gateways have dynamic addresses. At
the moment I use cipe to link the latter two to the first, no problem. But
on the leased line I'm billed by volume, so I'd like to have a direct
connection between the others.
As I already have a working connection it should be possible to avoid the
trouble with dynamic dns or something like that.
So I'd need an option '-i <iface>' to tell pkcipe where to route cipe
packets while -c|s <host> would use the established two-hop link. When the
underlying interface changes it's address, pkcipe should find out the new
one and reestablish the link.
"Just because you can explain it doesn't mean it's not still a miracle."
T. Pratchett, "Small Gods"