Ronan Mullally wrote:
> To follow myself up, I've more or less cobbled together a solution for the
> scenario below.
>> The problem was that traffic was not getting balanced across multiple
> uplinks, only a single path was getting installed in the route cache as
> the traffic was being seen as a single flow. Traffic also needed to be
> NATed on egress so that each uplink used its own local endpoint as the
> source address (to prevent traffic getting RPFed upstream).
>> Getting around this involved re-inventing the wheel with four corners:
>> - iptables and the statistic extension to mark packets with a
> fwmark 1..n where n is the number of uplinks.
I don't suppose you'd care to write this up, with the config snippets and
details, as either an ILUG talk, or as a HowTo for the ILUG website? :-)
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