[LEDE-DEV] Blackhole routes and other tidbits on the network configuration wiki page
alberto.bursi at outlook.it
Sun Jan 1 03:51:51 PST 2017
On 12/31/2016 11:33 PM, Philip Prindeville wrote:
> I was going over the “Network configuration” page on the wiki and it’s a little thin on routes. In particular, it implies that for a route you always need interface/target/netmask/gateway… but in the case of type=blackhole, a gateway doesn’t really seem applicable.
> So would you have:
> config route
> option interface ‘lan’
> option target ‘192.168.1.99’
> option netmask ‘255.255.255.255’
> option type ‘blackhole'
> instead? For that matter, do you really even need the “interface” part?
> Who owns that wiki page? I was trying to figure that out using the wiki itself but couldn’t figure out how.
There is no "owner", although you can see the people that modified it if
you click on the little clock icon on the right.
I'm "bobafetthotmail" wiki user, I ported that wiki page more or less
as-is from OpenWRT wiki.
Since I know little of routing (in LEDE or otherwise) I just gave it its
own article, splitting it from a larger page with many networking
topics, but I could not really change it or add anything to it.
If you want to improve it, please register/login in the wiki and do so.
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