On Fri, Jun 14, 2002 at 07:25:38PM +0100, Paul Kelly <longword at esatclear.ie> wrote:
> > gave
> > me an error message.
> Ah if only life were so simple.
Yes I know. That's what I wrote down last lines that I solved a similar
situation with iproute but I tried to find another way. That doesn't mean
that I don't like iproute but I always try to find new ways. I knew that
facts but with iptables SNAT and DNAT fully supported in kernel space
and tried to use it.
> packet. So yes, your 220.127.116.11 packets will come in on eth0, but
> any reply will be treated no different from any other packet - thus it
> will be thrown back at your default gateway on ppp0.
Yes, that's why I tried to find a way with normal ifconfig+route+iptables
>http://www.tldp.org/. It's not pretty, and good docs on iproute2 are
> very hard to find, but it does get the job done. You can instruct your
I solved a situation with 4 NICs when I had to use iproute2 to be able to
use advanced bandwith management. But why don't try it with another
way? So, I made my life not so simple.
ps.: I tried becaus I recalled that's possible under FreeBSD, but I'm not
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