On Fri, Mar 23, 2001 at 23:11:56 +0000, Brian Somers wrote:
> 1. Ppp is in -auto mode (or a ``set mode auto'' has been done).  
>    Here, ppp configures the interface as soon as it sees the ``set 
>    ifaddr'' line and never undoes that configuration.  An ``add'' 
>    with a fixed IP number would never have worked if it's before the 
>    ``set ifaddr''.  If it's after the ``set ifaddr'', nothing should 
>    ever remove it (as the interface will stay configured).
> 2. Ppp is not in -auto mode.  Here, ppp won't assign the interface 
>    address 'till IPCP is up.  Any attempt to ``add'' a route with a 
>    static IP number in ppp.conf should fail.
> So, the recent routing changes shouldn't have made a difference.
> Anyone know what I'm missing ?  Andre, what does your ppp.conf look 
> like and how are you running ppp ?

ppp in -auto mode, "add" is after "set ifaddr"

Andrey A. Chernov

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