May 23, 2009 · When RTNETLINK tells you that one or more 'answers' are invalid, what it *really* means is that one or more lines in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth# configuration file, where # is 0,1,2, and the like, are incorrect. So, THE FIX IS:
Sep 25, 2009 · iproute2 - eth1 'RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument' I just added another NIC to a machine that I want to connect to a different LAN area. Usually I never had problems setting up routing via iproute2 utilities. mininet> r5 ip -f mpls route add 400 as 405 via inet 172.16.8.2 RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument any help will be greatly appreciated. UPDATE. RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument. The same thing happens whenever I try to add a NAT entry for my box: ip route add nat 188.8.131.52 via 192.168.4.4. It tries to overwrite the qdisc file, therefore, it errors RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument. To set packet loss set it in mininet script itself by using loss parameter while creaqting a link. For an example see this. root# ip route add 10.178.202.42/14 dev wwan0 src 10.178.202.42 table voda RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument can some one help. did ip dont know that the table voda in listed in the rt_tables file Add route showing errors: # ip route add 192.168.102.0/22 via 192.168.1.1 dev eth0 RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument
Re: [SOLVED]ip r g error: "RTNETLINK answers: Invalid cross-device link" I solved my issue. The reason the packets were being dropped was because by default the Linux kernel checks to see the path a hypothetical return packet would take.
Add route showing errors: # ip route add 192.168.102.0/22 via 192.168.1.1 dev eth0 RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument Apr 23, 2004 · RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument Linux - Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game. You need to insmod the appropriate cls_*, sch_* and act_* modules yourself, they're not autoloaded on boot.
> RTNETLINK answers: Invalid argument. It means, that corresponding feature is not configured in kernel. The option is CONFIG_IP_MULTIPLE_TABLES in this case. > The same thing happens whenever I try to add a NAT entry for my box: The same question -> the same answer. 8) > 2. After having failed at this, I tried the source, WITHOUT modifying the
Quantum: Version: 1:2013.1.4-0ubuntu1~cloud0 Deployed on: Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS Recently we've created a new network for a small test on our openstack deployment. After the deletion of the network attachment of floating ip started failling and we started to have some issues with new instances creating, such as not acquiring DHCP. RTNETLINK answers: File exists Failed to bring up eth2. eth2に新しく設定したipがeth0が現在持っているipなので競合でもしてるのかなーと思い、直す方法を探してみる。