alexus wrote:
> i dont see any difference as at the end i still get this
>     UGS         0        0   fxp1
> in my netstat -rn, and no its still doesn't work...

This is not the point.

You need a route via the gateway that 216 is connected to for the REMOTE
IP/network. Say for instance your 'home' connection is:, then you need a route like this:

route add $isp_gateway

What you have:     UGS         0        0   fxp1

...says ' should be routed to That is
ALL it will route via that path.

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