Perhaps your default route is set up incorrectly? Does it have a NEXTHOP that's only accessible using the unwanted IP address?

Maybe change it to use a NEXTHOP that's accessible using the correct address?

On 3/2/2012 4:42 PM, James Lampert wrote:
Some time ago, we gave one of our AS/400s an outside IP address. One
that happens to be the same as one that's currently in use elsewhere.

We never got rid of the internal IP address.

But now, I need it to talk to the box that's the rightful owner of the
IP address it was given, and it's not letting me.

And when I try to get rid of the interface with the in-use address, it's
telling me that the default route is tied to that interface.



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