IP forwarding?

Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully set up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can ping the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions would be
greatly appreciated.

Issam

Issam Haddad <ihaddad@asurent.com> wrote:

Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully set up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can ping the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions would be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang

I am doing the following:

io-net &
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE0,lan=0,speed=10 devn-ppc860_mii.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE1,lan=1,channel=1,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE2,lan=2,channel=2,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net npm-tcpip.so -oforward,threads=100
waitfor /dev/socket

BTW, I’m not sure what the “lan” parameter is…

“Xiaodan Tang” <xtang@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9k51l5$rin$1@nntp.qnx.com

Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully set
up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can ping
the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the
other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions would
be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang

Issam Haddad <ihaddad@asurent.com> wrote:

I am doing the following:

io-net &
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE0,lan=0,speed=10 devn-ppc860_mii.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE1,lan=1,channel=1,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE2,lan=2,channel=2,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net npm-tcpip.so -oforward,threads=100

This must be:

mount -Tio-net -oforward,threads=100 npm-tcpip.so

It is very important to put the “-o” before the “npm-tcpip.so”.

-xtang


waitfor /dev/socket

BTW, I’m not sure what the “lan” parameter is…

“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k51l5$rin$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully set
up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can ping
the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the
other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions would
be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang

If I place the “-oforward” option before npm-tcpip.so, it give me an error
message:

“unrecognized option: ipforwarding”.

“Xiaodan Tang” <xtang@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9k6b5c$nam$1@nntp.qnx.com

Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
I am doing the following:

io-net &
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE0,lan=0,speed=10
devn-ppc860_mii.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE1,lan=1,channel=1,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE2,lan=2,channel=2,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net npm-tcpip.so -oforward,threads=100

This must be:

mount -Tio-net -oforward,threads=100 npm-tcpip.so

It is very important to put the “-o” before the “npm-tcpip.so”.

-xtang


waitfor /dev/socket

BTW, I’m not sure what the “lan” parameter is…

“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k51l5$rin$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully
set
up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can
ping
the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the
other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions
would
be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang

Issam Haddad <ihaddad@asurent.com> wrote:

If I place the “-oforward” option before npm-tcpip.so, it give me an error
message:

“unrecognized option: ipforwarding”.

Could it be you typed:

-oipforward

instead of what I suggested:

-oforward

-xtang



“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k6b5c$nam$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
I am doing the following:

io-net &
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE0,lan=0,speed=10
devn-ppc860_mii.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE1,lan=1,channel=1,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE2,lan=2,channel=2,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net npm-tcpip.so -oforward,threads=100

This must be:

mount -Tio-net -oforward,threads=100 npm-tcpip.so

It is very important to put the “-o” before the “npm-tcpip.so”.

-xtang


waitfor /dev/socket

BTW, I’m not sure what the “lan” parameter is…

“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k51l5$rin$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to successfully
set
up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can
ping
the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on the
other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions
would
be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang

No. I typed it correctly. The odd thing is that the message says
“ipforwarding”, even though I type -oforward. It’s as if it knows what the
option is, but doesn’t want to do it…


“Xiaodan Tang” <xtang@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:9k7kof$hcp$1@nntp.qnx.com

Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
If I place the “-oforward” option before npm-tcpip.so, it give me an
error
message:

“unrecognized option: ipforwarding”.

Could it be you typed:

-oipforward

instead of what I suggested:

-oforward

-xtang



“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k6b5c$nam$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
I am doing the following:

io-net &
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE0,lan=0,speed=10
devn-ppc860_mii.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE1,lan=1,channel=1,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net -omac=00C1AAAA1CE2,lan=2,channel=2,speed=10
devn-ppc800.so
mount -Tio-net npm-tcpip.so -oforward,threads=100

This must be:

mount -Tio-net -oforward,threads=100 npm-tcpip.so

It is very important to put the “-o” before the “npm-tcpip.so”.

-xtang


waitfor /dev/socket

BTW, I’m not sure what the “lan” parameter is…

“Xiaodan Tang” <> xtang@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:9k51l5$rin$> 1@nntp.qnx.com> …
Issam Haddad <> ihaddad@asurent.com> > wrote:
Does IP forwarding work on rtp? I haven’t been able to
successfully
set
up
a router with 2 network interfaces… Hosts on either network can
ping
the
router (and both router’s interfaces), but cannot access hosts on
the
other
side.

Using 6.1 on a ppc target… Any help, ideas and/or suggestions
would
be
greatly appreciated.

You must use “Big Stack” (npm-tcpip.so), and you must specify the
stack option “forward”, ie:

io-net -d -p tcpip forward

-xtang
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