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For questions about routing, the process of selecting to which network path traffic is sent. Consider using a more specific tag if your question is about a routing protocol like BGP or OSPF.

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The configuration you want is fine, there will be no default gateway on that subnet, so for instance on a Windows host or Linux GUI that field would be left blank in the network setup.
answered Oct 14 '16 by marctxk
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The most accurate way that I can think of to measure round-trip network time between two TCP/IP endpoints is to capture network traffic using taps on the network interfaces of each, and use a large un …
answered Nov 25 '16 by marctxk
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It is never possible to test a routing change until it has been implemented so the direct answer to your direct question is "no". But that's not really helpful. … Note that if your current ISP actually makes that routing change, then you will need to make sure the roll-back plan includes the ISP and is agreed by the ISP. …
answered Nov 17 '16 by marctxk
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A router (or routing instance) will have a single layer-3 forwarding table for all interfaces, not one per NIC. …
answered Jul 5 '16 by marctxk