Adding and deleting static routes is a task I routinely perform in my job, to assist in reconnecting remote users to our network when a remote switch goes down. In the large network that my AIX boxes are attached to, it’s not unusual for a remote switch to go down at a distant office. To reconnect the users to the network, I set up alternative routing, which enables them to reconnect via another route. After the downed switch has been fixed, I need to remove the temporary route I put ...

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