Permanent static routes in openbsd?
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    Permanent static routes in openbsd?

    Under openbsd, how do you add -permanent- static routes?
    (plain "add route" vanishes on reboot...)

    TIA

    Ammo

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    Answering my own question:
    Only way I've found / have been told (other that putting it in rc.conf directly) is to add it in hostname.if with the "!" prefix (executes a command)... Which makes some sence I guess (this is suggested in hostname.if's man page also..).

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    static route as in gateway or add it to the routing table ? edit /etc/mygate for the gateway......

    route would be like route add -static ....I don't recall off hand but its in the man pages.........
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