On 11/18/05, Dan Bond <dan dot bond at gmail dot com> wrote:
> I think the reason it wouldn't be corrected is that it's only a
> specific situation that requires the fix and might well break
> something if it were used in a different context. I guess.
yeah, the only time this is required, if I'm thinking of the right
issue, is in situations like where your ISP gives you a default
gateway IP that isn't on your WAN subnet, or something equally
ridiculous, poorly designed, and ignoring network best practices (and
RFC's for that matter).