"Brennan Cleveland" <warriorspot@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hello. I have now the network up, my 8139 up, and ping is pinging > away on my internal network. What I am looking at now is route. > Using "route add default 192.168.0.1" appears to be adding a default > route. How can I view the routing table? In Unix of course I use > route -a. All of the command combinations I have tried have resulted > in the following: "route-sysctl-estimate: Protocol not supported". You have to add all routes yourself, at least, so you should know what's there and what not :-) > Do we have any documentation on the use of the network utilities? Dunno, but they are intended to be used as their Unix/Linux/BONE counterparts as much as possible. At least over the long run. Adios... Axel.