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setup a static route


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I have a AS/400 on our network at the main store. IP address Subnet
My computer has 2 ethernet cards and a modem.
ISP IP subnet gateway
LAN side subnet gateway
Modem subnet gateway
Remote server Lan side subnet gateway
Remote server Modem subnet

From my computer I can ping teh AS/400 .199 and a tracert reveals that the remote server is acting invisable so it appears
bla bla bla
bla bla bla

I want to be sure I am doing this right, I have RIP enabled on my XP machine, and Remote routing. Debian can ping the modem locally, but not any remote PC's or teh AS/400.

So I setup a route on my XP machine (route add mask so that any quierys would be directed through the modem.

I cannot setup or do mot understand how to setup a static route in Debain. I have read help more tiems than I care to think about.

route add

but it returns

inet_route add|del|show {-host|-net} Target bla bla bla

so I tried

inet_route add -host -net

still no joy...

I have already whacked teh keyboard on teh tower. Any thoughts?
are you trying to setup the default route? so that all unknown destination traffic go through the modem?

would be something like this then I would think
route add default <ip of modem>

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