torsdag 12 augusti 2010 22:39:39 skrev Jeremy:
"No route to host" means that your computer/router doesn't know how to reach
the destination. Normally a desktop uses "default gateway" and that points
upstream. This could be set to wrong address.
Try this to see what the routing table looks like:
or this for older boxes
It should reveal your routing table.
If you're missing the default gw you can add it like this
ip route add default via
route add default gw
There are actually several ways to inject routes to not be able to reach a
destination. This for example.
ip route add prohibit
iptables might also be a source of problem.
Feel free to contact me offline if you think this is OT.
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