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We have a sco box running 3.2v5.0.4. We are adding a remote location to connect to this box. To add the route would I edit the /etc/rc2.d/S99routes file? I have seen other posts to edit the /etc/tcp file but it contains none of our existing routes. My Unix is limited but I am learning slowly. I cannot find any other file to edit that has any route add or route get commands in it. After I do edit teh file do I need to restart the server or simply stop and restart the tcp service? I also want to add ...

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    Default adding routes and host

    We have a sco box running 3.2v5.0.4. We are adding a remote location
    to connect to this box. To add the route would I edit the
    /etc/rc2.d/S99routes file? I have seen other posts to edit the
    /etc/tcp file but it contains none of our existing routes. My Unix is
    limited but I am learning slowly. I cannot find any other file to
    edit that has any route add or route get commands in it. After I do
    edit teh file do I need to restart the server or simply stop and
    restart the tcp service?

    I also want to add a router to the hosts file. I found it in
    /etc/hosts. I added a line like the one above it with the correct ip
    add and hostname I have assigned. Does the hostname assigned mean
    anything to the router or is it just for the Unix box?

    Thank you for any help you can provide.
    T Nicolini Guest

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    Default Re: adding routes and host

    T Nicolini <tnicolinihorizon-medical.com> wrote:
    >We have a sco box running 3.2v5.0.4. We are adding a remote location
    >to connect to this box. To add the route would I edit the
    >/etc/rc2.d/S99routes file? I have seen other posts to edit the
    That's fine. But see [url]http://aplawrence.com/SCOFAQ/scotec4.html#defaultroute[/url]
    >/etc/tcp file but it contains none of our existing routes. My Unix is
    >limited but I am learning slowly. I cannot find any other file to
    >edit that has any route add or route get commands in it. After I do
    >edit teh file do I need to restart the server or simply stop and
    >restart the tcp service?
    Neither. Just type "route add .. etc"
    >I also want to add a router to the hosts file. I found it in
    >/etc/hosts. I added a line like the one above it with the correct ip
    >add and hostname I have assigned. Does the hostname assigned mean
    >anything to the router or is it just for the Unix box?
    Meaningful only to the Unix box.

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