Can I check routing logic with you?
I know most routing tables work on the last rule that matches applies,
and clearly there's a defined direct route with 3/102 defined in 1/100
HUB .. but would there be a way to override that behavior to create a forced rule to direct 3/102 netmail to 3/100 instead?
Yes the logic is to check if there is a direct address configured and route to them if so. If there isn't a direct entry for that address,
then it will look through and try to find the first routed match.
I just finished adding a "Bypass Direct" flag for echomail nodes which will disable direct routing for that node, causing it to fall back to
the netmail routing policy. Sounds like that should do exactly what you
30), not the today of time travelers such as yourself).
I have a question regarding Netmail routing...
At my system, my uplink has the following Route Info setting:
1:* 2:* 3:* 4:*
But, when sending a Netmail to a node that is not directly connected to
my system, I am getting the following error message:
"No netmail route"
Are you trying to send netmail to a Zone 1 - 4 netmail address or is it
an othernet Zone?
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