[oclug] [OT] Programming/Routing problem
linuxdoctor at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 9 11:01:12 EDT 2001
This is a perfect example of what I complain about when people label
their Subjects with [OT]. This is perfectly On Topic for this group,
and yet the author has labelled it "Off Topic."
Programming is on topic.
System and other configuration relating to Linux systems is on topic.
Open Source and it's implications is on topic.
Linux job and business opportunities is on topic.
Everything I say is on topic :-) (groan from the audience)
Interfacing Linux (or anything) to Microsoft anything is OFF topic.
Giving advice to Microsofters other than dumping the OS is OFF topic.
While the labelling idea is a good idea, can't we just be a little
more critical of what we think is on- or off-topic?
--- Richard Wayne <rwayne at magma.ca> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I hope some of you can help me out with programming/routing
> On a Linux machine with multiple PPP connections to a server (the
> remote end
> of each connection is to the same machine and has the same IP
> address), how
> can I send packets through a specific interface? (Like the ping
> '-i' switch)
> Also, is there any way to route packets based on source/destination
> I'm programming in C and BASH.
> Richard Wayne
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