ipstack, mux and end drivers - VxWorks

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  1. ipstack, mux and end drivers

    say there are 2 end drivers on board. system ipstack can bind to both.
    when i issue ping on console, which driver will receive the ping
    packet?
    or both will?

  2. Re: ipstack, mux and end drivers

    On Jul 20, 1:17 am, nub...@gmail.com wrote:
    > say there are 2 end drivers on board. system ipstack can bind to both.
    > when i issue ping on console, which driver will receive the ping
    > packet?
    > or both will?


    If you are talking about pinging a remote host from the VxWorks
    target, the interface that gets used will depend on the address you
    are pinging and the target's routing table.

  3. Re: ipstack, mux and end drivers

    On Jul 20, 10:17*am, nub...@gmail.com wrote:
    > say there are 2 end drivers on board. system ipstack can bind to both.
    > when i issue ping on console, which driver will receive the ping
    > packet?
    > or both will?


    It depends on your IP destination address and your routing table
    entries.

  4. Re: ipstack, mux and end drivers

    >
    > It depends on your IP destination address and your routing table
    > entries.


    thank u all for ur answers.

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