Mel wrote:
On Tuesday 26 February 2008 15:42:41 Erik Norgaard wrote:
Mel wrote:
On Tuesday 26 February 2008 13:14:11 Mächler Philippe wrote:
%netstat -rn
Routing tables

Internet:
Destination        Gateway            Flags    Refs      Use
Netif Expire

192.168.2          192.168.3.254      UGS         0     8209
bge1
192.168.3          link#2             UC          0        0
bge1
These routes look fishy. It shouldn't have a route for 192.168.2 cause
it's nowhere defined, so it should go through default, not through bge1.
Any chance a machine on your network has 192.168.2/24 and publishing it,
where it should be 80.242 something?
Try route delete 192.168.2.0 and see if it clears.
This part is ok if you see the schema in OPs later mail.

Really? Where do you see 192.168.TWO instead of 192.168.THREE?

OK, this is the schema OP posted in a different mail, lines wrapped badly, I've repaired:

 -------------                  ---------------
¦   server    ¦     switch     ¦router/firewall¦     switch
¦192.168.3.222¦---[(3.x/24)]---¦ 192.168.3.254 ¦---[(2.x/24)]
¦80.242.192.80¦bge1             ---------------
 -------------
      ¦bge0
      ¦
   [switch]----[Gateway 80.242.192.65]---[INTERNET]

As you see, the routing table is from the server, the 192.168.2/24 network is behind the firewall. It must have a static route on bge1 with gateway 192.168.3.254.

Erik



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