On 7 Dez, Ruslan Ermilov wrote:
>> The magical destination address is 0.0.0.1. It is used as a
>> `placeholder' address for the remote side, so you can add a route to
>> Should probably be extended to 0.0.0.*, so you can add more than one
>> interface that way.
I thought this already happened...
> OK, but is it really necessary? It's much simpler to add routes
> over P2P interfaces using the interface name rather than the
> ``other end's IP address'':
> route add default -iface tun0
'route add default -iface ispX' in this case (that's the way I use it,
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