On Sun, 16 Apr 2000, Jan Bobrowski wrote:
> Kernel refuses to set gateway address to one having zeroed host
> part (ADDR & ~MASK == 0). I can't find any RFC that forbids it.
> I can't find reason to such restriction, especially in "hacker
> driven" OS. Any comments?
You're trying to use the network address as gateway.
That's not supposed to be done, so refusing it seems
a good default.
Of course you have the source, so....
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