Nikos Vassiliadis wrote:
> Just start a shell in FIB 10 and every command forked from
that shell will be bound to FIB 10.
setfib 10 csh
... do some work
you're back in FIB 0.
Thanks Nikos, I didn't want to assume setfib was the only method of
modifying them (whether through directly using a utility or dropping
into a shell under it). The man pages make no mention of how to actually
change the other route tables, the handbook doesn't mention FIBs in any
capacity, etc, so thought I would clarify here
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