[CentOS] Problem deleting an active route

Fri Sep 22 08:23:26 UTC 2006
Johnny Hughes <mailing-lists at hughesjr.com>

On Fri, 2006-09-22 at 02:01 -0500, Dale wrote:
> Hello,
> Distro is a standard CentOS 4.4. Nothing unusual is installed or is 
> running on this box as it was just setup a couple of weeks ago.
> As root, I type:
>     ./route del -net

This is called the Zeroconf network ... it happens automatically in many
OSes (Windows since win98, Mac, many Linuxes) and is designed to make
the machine reachable on a network even with a botched network setup.

You can make it go away with this entry in /etc/sysconfig/network: 


Then restart the network service ... "service network restart" (or
reboot the machine)

However, this does remove some functionality.  For more info about
zeroconf and what it can do see:





If your network is properly configured, you should be able to turn off
Zeroconf with no problems.


Johnny Hughes
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