In some mail from Alan Hannan, sie said:
> Right. What you need to do is manually add the routes. Throw
> them into /etc/netstart, and off you go.
/etc/rc.local for SunOS4.1.x (/etc/netstart is new to 4.4BSD).
> Like so, I think:
> in file /etc/netstart, put the following type lines after:
> route -n flush
> route -n add default 222.214.171.124 # <- assuming this is the
> external unprotected
> route -n add 10.0.0.0 2126.96.36.199 # <- assuming your internal
> network is 10/8 and sent
> to the router 2188.8.131.52