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diable routing of management port.

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Dec 5th, 2003
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I have not been able to find a way to not introduce the management ports IP/network in the routing table when using the newer CSS code. Is it possible to revert back to the behavior of prior releases of Webns?


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Gilles Dufour Tue, 12/09/2003 - 02:41
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it shows in the routing table but there should be no routing between a normal port and the management port.


There is no way to prevent it to show up in the routing table.


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clayton-price Thu, 12/11/2003 - 23:10
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Thanks.


With it in the routing table, it seems to prevent traffic from taking the correct path, which was via a different interface.


For example, I have a 192.168.252.0/24 network assigned to the management port. I also have some devices in that network I would like to route through the CSS to reach. This no longer works since my former static route for 192.168.252.0/24 is gone and replaced by the management port route.

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