Fri Dec 22 08:33:01 NZDT 2000
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> > create eth0:1 -> eth0:6 with the 'real ip's (assuming your masqing onto
> > eth0, if it's ppp0 then use that)
> > use iproute2 to set up source based routing routing each of them onto a
> > different eth0:*
> > set up 6 ipmasq rules to masq each one individually.
> > No idea if it works.
> That was exactly my plan - however, I get the following error when trying to
> do virtually anything with the ip command:
> RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument.
NetLink isn't compiled into your kernel. Net Link is required for all the
extra funky networking tools :) (ethertap being one of them)
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