Sorry, this is being clarified for the next update.  A subnet can have at most 
two connections for now.  The topology in the tutorial was meant to provide 
some of the connection rules indirectly.  For example, if you want multiple 
UMLs on a subnet, you should use a switch, otherwise you can connect a single 
UML to a Router as below:
Router --- Subnet --- UML

Hope that helps.

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf Of 
Gilles Schtickzelle
Sent: September 19, 2009 4:21 PM
Subject: [gini] Problem connecting componenets


We're sometimes having problems to connect two valid components (for ex. a 
router and a subnet).
Reading the GINI doc doesn't help with troubleshooting as within the same 
topology, some elements will connect and some won't, seemingly randomly.
Anybody else have this problem?

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