Is it possible to track how the tcp routing entries got deleted?

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AS/400
audit journaling
IBM iSeries
Suddenly after one of my tcp ip interface went into recovery i found few tcpip routes missing. Is it possible to find from the Audit journals how the tcp routing entries got deleted, are they tracked in the audit logs?

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audit journal, iseries, as400

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  • jinteik
    I think you can check it from the journals
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  • TomLiotta
    I'm not aware of any audit function specific to TCP/IP routes. I'm also not good enough at TCP/IP configuration to know how removing a route would cause an interface failure. I don't know of any reason that an interface relies on the existence of a route. Can you give a little more description of your circumstances? Loss of a route shouldn't be a major problem unless maybe it was a default route. It might help if you explain why you had the routes in the first place. (Or were they dynamic routes?) Tom
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