When I type lanscan, I saw lan0 and lan1. I have configure lan1 to be 192.168.16.160, and when
I update the routing table via route add 192.168.16.0 192.168.16.2 1, the routing table show lan0, but
I want to user lan1. SAM also shows lan0 and lan1, but lan0 is disable, ifconfig lan0 shows no such
interface. I want to user lan1 in the routing table.
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