roberto.felloni at gmail.com
Tue Dec 21 10:52:49 UTC 2004
At this time /etc/networks don't serve any other (I hope !!).
This are only a verify for next future implementation of my personal network.
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 12:29:08 +0200, Doncho N. Gunchev
<mr700 at globalnet.bg> wrote:
> On 2004 12 21 (Tuesday) 10:04, fellons wrote:
> > Hi list.
> > On my FC2 server I have eth0 and lo network interfaces.
> > Reply correctly to ping (to 127.0.0.1 and 192.168.0.1 ... ).
> > Are correct routing and /etc/hosts too.
> > On guide from installing domestic networks than I have read, apropos
> > to DNS, it mention /etc/networks like a file to recognize network
> > ip-name (!?).
> > On my configuration I don't use DNS, I use only ../hosts.
> > Questions:
> > /etc/networks must there is or not ?
> > and must declare :
> > localdomain 127.0.01
> 'localdomain 127.0.0.0' or I've seen 'loopnet 127.0.0.0'.
> > home.bear.net 192.168.0.0 ??
> You can create this file if you would like to see these in
> the route's output. If you don't use route to list your routings,
> I use 'ip r l / ip route list', you have no use of it I think.
> If /etc/networks serves any other purpose, I don't know about it.
> Does it?
> Doncho N. Gunchev Registered Linux User #291323 at counter.li.org
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bye by fellons
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