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SubjectRe: Routing table problems
  Use the ifdown and ifup commands instead .. your default routes will
return

read the scripts in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ for more info.

Madhav Diwan



Doug McNaught wrote:
>
> "Rajasekhar Inguva" <irajasek@in.ibm.com> writes:
>
> > Hi All, In continuation to my earlier report ...
> >
> > The problem is only seen with the default gateway entry.
> >
> > The gateway entry for my subnet is also deleted during a 'down', but is
> > restored properly after an 'up' .
>
> The default gateway route is installed at boot time by a separate
> 'route' command. 'ifconfig' can derive your subnet route from the
> address and mask of the interface, but it can't magically determine
> your default gateway. Add it yourself using "route" or "ip" or rerun
> your network start scripts.
>
> In short, "Working as Designed".
>
> -Doug
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