Networking :: Route Add - Eth0 SIOCADDRT: Network Is

SIOCADDRT: No such process 添加路由报错 No such device”和“eth0:ERROR while getting interface flags:No such dev” 使用ifconfig命令来设置网卡参数,但结果显示“SIOCSIFADDR: No such device”“eth0:ERROR while getting interface flags:No such device”。其原因也许是因为你的网卡名称并非 … Linux setup default gateway with route command - nixCraft Aug 11, 2015 SIOCADDRT: No such process => How do I set up ifcfg-eth0:0 Mar 21, 2014

Nov 15, 2005 · kommt ein SIOCADDRT: Network unreachable Fehler. Anpingen kann ich den Router auch nicht. ~$ sudo ifup wlan1 wlanctl-ng: No such device #was bedeutet das und

SIOCADDRT: Network is unreachable I've tried using both of my server's IPs: its internet visible IP as well as its private (over ipsec) IP. Now, my home server can ping my school server just fine (with either IP), and my school server can ping the resource just fine. ioctl(SIOCADDRT) device route: Network is down ioctl(SIOCADDRT) device route: Network is down by Michael A. Pack » Wed, 15 Jul 1998 04:00:00 : After having compiled my new 2.1.108 kernel with ppp-2.2.0f (and later with

lo (loopback device) it still fails. (SIOCADDRT: File exists). This implies the route is there (and I have read that it isn't shown in a route printout, even if it does exist). Further info: I can delete the route from eth0 (if I use the netmask and device ie route del -net netmask eth0) but if I try

May 02, 2002 · On Thu, 2 May 2002 wrote: > Hi, > > I have a similar porblem. > I have upgraded it to 2.4.18 from the source code > And when I do ifconfig eth0, I get No such device. > Is there a way to do it ? > > Any help on this would be appreciated. > > Thanks and Regards > Deepak > > > wrote Re: SIOCADDRT: No such process => How do I set up ifcfg-eth0 Post by TrevorH » Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:51 pm As I pointed out before, you are going to have problems with this since you are trying to add an IP to eth0 that is in the same subnet as the aliases that already exist on eth1. 解决方法:比如你要添加的网关是10.9.39.250 但是本机没有10.9.39段的网卡sudo route add dev eth0然后再sudo route add default gw防止重_siocaddrt: no such process Ah, silly me. After further searching, turns out SIOCADDRT and SIOCDELRT are at least related to ADDing and DELeting routes. Because I was using a fancy subnet mask of, I didn't notice that I had the gateway set to the base address of the subnet, not the default route (In this case using .64 instead of .65).