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Ip Routes

mcgurka
Grafter
Posts: 764
Registered: 09-10-2007

Ip Routes

Guys, one of my core routers is set up in a multi-homed WAN configuration and Im trying to get the routing to work at its most efficent with my connection to PN, griffin and Enta.
Does anybody know of any other ip subnets which PN are accountable for so I can setup to route directly onto their network by the PN connection, so far i've found 80.229.0.0/16 and 212.159.0.0/19 but there is a thought that there will be more than this! The theory is that it *should* result in a slightly lower hop count for routes to the PN servers and network. (oddly enough, hence why I enquired about a BGP feed a while back!)
Ta!
Scott
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Re: Ip Routes

C:\Documents and Settings\John>nslookup ccgi.plus.net
Server:  localhost
Address:  127.0.0.1
Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    ccgi.plus.net
Address:  84.92.1.4

C:\Documents and Settings\John>nslookup www.mybroadbandspeed.co.uk
Server:  localhost
Address:  127.0.0.1
Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    www.mybroadbandspeed.co.uk
Address:  84.92.1.14
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mcgurka
Grafter
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Registered: 09-10-2007

Re: Ip Routes

Ok, so I can add 84.92.0.0/15 to the routing as well, any more? Maybe someone from networks could help?
Superuser
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Re: Ip Routes

And this also.
Phil