Phil Dykstra (phil@BRL.ARPA)
Thu, 17 Sep 87 19:41:20 EDT
You guessed correctly. When the current default route goes away "router"
crafts up a new default entry, removes the old one, and then removes any
references to the old default (letting the kernal rebind to the new one).
The end result is that your applications can usually keep on talking without
realizing that their route has been changed.
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