On  6 Dez, Ruslan Ermilov wrote:

>> > with rev 1.61 of in.c I4B directly hangs up after dialing out. At the
>> > moment I run a current kernel as of yesterday with a netinet directory
>> > as of today except for in.c (which is at rev 1.60 here) and everything
>> > works fine.

>> Can you give me more details about the failure - error messages, your 
>> configuration, what you're using (sppp?), that sort of stuff ?

- isppp
- No error messages, just normal call clearing, but immediatly after
  dialing out.

(1) root@ttyp1 # </etc/start_if.isp1
ifconfig isp1 link1 netmask
ispppcontrol isp1 $(cat /etc/isdn/connect-CBC.parameters) enable-vj
ifconfig isp1 down

Do you need more? What else?

>> The change makes the kernel fail attempts to add POINTOPOINT 
>> interfaces with conflicting IPv4 destination addresses.
>> Are you in a situation where you're expecting this to be possible ?  


>> If so, can you explain more about why it's required ?
> ISTR that I4B uses some special magical destination address for some
> purpose ( or something).  Sorry, don't recall the details.
> But I bet Alexander knows, as we already hit this once, with my
> routing changes, some time ago...

(4) netchild@ttyp1 % ifconfig isp1
        inet --> netmask 0xffff0000 
        ether 00:00:00:00:00:00 

While offline, the interface has a local address of It changes
to the official IP after getting it via pap, and it changes back to after a hang up.

(6) netchild@ttyp1 % netstat -rn
Routing tables

Destination        Gateway            Flags    Refs      Use  Netif Expire
default            0:0:0:0:0:0        USc        34        0   isp1         UH          0        0   isp1

For more internals you better ask someone with in deep knowledge, e.g.


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