Routing Problem

DC Parris dcparris at
Wed Mar 1 22:51:53 UTC 2006

On Wed, March 1, 2006 15:29, Alan McKinnon wrote:
> On Wednesday, 1 March 2006 18:55, DC Parris wrote:
>> On Wednesday 01 March 2006 03:28 am, Alan McKinnon wrote:
>> > On Tuesday, 28 February 2006 20:39, Filipe Bonjour wrote:


>> Afterwards, I am able to ping Google.  However, on restarting the
>> network services or rebooting the machine (both methods), the
>> default route gets lost.  I have to re-add it.  What is the best
>> way to make this more permanent?
> System -> Administration -> Networking and set the options for the
> relevant interface is the easiest. You only have to set the gateway
> if the address is static; if the SuSE box runs dhcp it provides the
> gateway automatically.
> The gateway address would be the internal interface on the SuSE box

In that case, I may have a problem on the primary SUSE box that I am
overlooking.  It just seemed odd that my laptop can connect but the other
boxes cannot.  I'll spend some more time digging around in the docs.

DC Parris     Libre Software Advocate
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