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static routes - open transport

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How do I define a static route to open transport (equivalent to the unix "route add" command? I'll rate this as hard - apple doesn't have a clue.
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You cant. OT is not a router and doesnt even as yet support multihoming. (1.3 shipped with 8.0.1 will) To add routes you need something like Vicom Internet Gateway, which in a sense uses Open Transport, and "adds routes". there is also an apple IP gateway/router but it only support old macTCP.
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