On Thu, 02 Sep 2004 13:13:11 +0100, Andy Holyer <andyhhhbb.co.uk> wrote:Sounds like B isn't routing, or isn't routing properly.> Short form of the question:
> If I can ping/traceroute C from B, and B from A, then shouldn't it
> logically follow that I must be able to ping/traceroute C from A? I
I'm doing something similar; neighbor with a T1, several of us using> We are a wireless ISP, providing Broadband to people in rural areas
> further away from their nearest exchange than the 3.5km allowed by wired
802.11b to bounce signal around to get connectivity.
Ouch. But telnet is on? Ouch.> The cutting down of Linux was fairly drastic, so many
> useful diagnostic tools are missin - for example there's no ssh.
So you _are_ routing then. Is ICMP turned off, so you're just seeing> It doesn't. If I log onto the Head box, I can ping 220.127.116.11, ans
> traceroute gose straight to it; If i go back one step backwards I can't
> ping and if I try and traceroute it routes as far as the headbox and
> then returns "* * *" until it reaches 30 jumps.
> Oh, and one other thing? The Customer box is getting perfect delivery of
> Internet. You can connect a PC to it and surf the net perfectly.
what looks like a problem and actually isn't?