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From: Gerhard Sittig (Gerhard.Sittiggmx.net)
Date: Wed May 15 2002 - 15:10:54 CDT
On Wed, May 15, 2002 at 10:06 +0200, ic_admin wrote:
> I have a problem with freeswan/ipsec and route since I installed SuSE
> 8.0 on my ISDN-Gateway:
> [ lost route, manual refresh ]
Is this connected to your ipsec setup or has it always been a
problem with your ISDN box (i.e. without ipsec)? You didn't
tell us, but I assume you have dynamically assigned IPs. In
the PPP handshake phase the interface's parameters get negotiated
and the interface gets reconfigured. This is done by "downing" +
changing + "upping" the interface. That's when any route "falls
down" when the interface is gone. Read (plus reread and reread:)
the pppd manpage and look at the ip-up and ip-down hooks (and
their *.local extension in SuSE), this could be your way out.
And no, this is not an appropriate message for -security. Consider
not following up or doing so in a more related group or list. Basic
network setup is off topic here.
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