It seems to be a fairly (I dread to say normal) but common thing.
Basically You are switching ISPs and still want the old addresses to
work while DNS changes propagate.
On Wed, 2002-01-16 at 09:46, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> On Wednesday 16 January 2002 09:23, Mark Kilmartin wrote:
> > OK I tried this and using tcpdump I can see that the source NATing and
> > Destination NATing are now both working.
> > But using tcpdump on the firewall I can see that packets are still
> > trying to return through the wrong interface.
>> Ok, I guess that doesn't work when both ISP connections are on the
> same machine... surely somebody has figured out how to do this
> though, it doesn't seem like a particularly strange this to want
> to do...
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