> The replies from the server are NATed to a.b.c.1
> Also correct.
>> But these packets are now sent over the interface connected to d.e.f.x
> instead of the interface connected a.b.c.x
>> Note the default route is set for d.e.f.x
I'm more familiar with cisco than linux routing, but: since the reply is
actually a new IP packet, then regardless of its source address [a.b.c.1 or
d.e.f.1] it will be sent to the default route. I'm not aware of any way in
Linux to route based on source address.
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