I have a system attached by two ports to a DHCP server which gives out the following information:
Port 1 Ip Address Mask Gateway 10.170.99.38 255.255.255.128 10.170.99.1 Port 2 Ip Address Mask Gateway 10.170.99.131 255.255.255.192 10.170.99.129
From this the system needs to create a valid routing table for the Ip traffic.
At present the routing table looks like this:
Destination Mask Gateway 10.170.99.0 0xffffff80 10.170.99.1 10.170.99.128 0xffffffc0 10.170.99.129
However this does not work presumably because there is no defined route to the port address.
The question is what should the routing table from this sort of DHCP request look like, based on the need to route traffic to the two gateways?