Re: Take 2: Advanced routing: multiple FIREWALLED IPs
From: Rudolf Potucek (potucek_at_acs1.acs.ucalgary.ca)
Date: Mon, 7 Jun 2004 05:56:42 +0000 (UTC)
In comp.os.linux.networking Davide Bianchi <email@example.com> wrote:
: In comp.os.linux.setup Rudolf Potucek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
:> : 192.168.1.0/24 --- eth1 192.168.1.254
: Isn't x.x.x.254 usually reserved for broadcast?
Nope, that's 255
: Well, maybe your router doesn't route the traceroute ICMP packets.
: Maybe you should check that.
Be that as it may ... the point is that webtraffic also doesn't work ...
-- Ziller: And what did you feel [about killing 3492 people]? Hub: Appalled. Compassion. Despair. Detached. Elated. God-like. Guilty. Horrified. Miserable. Pleased. Powerful. Responsible. Soiled. Sorrowful. Ziller: Elated? Pleased? Hub: Those are the closest words. There is and undeniable elation in causing mayhem, in bringing about such massive destruction. As for feeling pleased, I felt pleasure that some of those who died did so because they were stupid enough to believe in gods or afterlives that do not exist, even though I felt a terrible sorrow for them as they died in their ignorance and thanks to their folly. Ifelt pleasure that my weapon and sensory systems were workinng as they were supposed to. I felt pleasure that despite my midgiings I was able to do my duty and act as I had determined a fully morrally responsible agent ought to, in the circumstances. -- Iain Banks, Look to Windward