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(usagi-users 03967) Re: diiferences between "ip command" and "route command"



It is that. Thank you Romain.
I was wonder why I cannot ping  my home address from my mobile node. Even
in the Home Network there is a route associated to the tunnel. Is this an
expected behaviour?
  Regards,
     Eraldo

> Hi Eraldo,
>
> On 2007/10/09, at 18:23, Eraldo Silveira e Silva wrote:
>> while "ip -6 route show" displays:
>>
>> default via fe80::10e9:b9ff:feb6:f549 dev eth0
>>
>
> As you may know, Linux maintains several routing tables identified by
> a number from 1 to 255. The "ip -6 route show" command will only show
> the "main" table (i.e. #254). To see all of the tables, you should do
> "ip -6 route show table all": you'll then see the route towards the
> tunnel (which is stored in table #252).
>
> My guess is that by default the "route" command displays all of the
> tables, that's why you could see a difference.
>
> Cheers,
> --
> Romain KUNTZ
> kuntz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Louis Pasteur University - Networks and Protocols Team
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