On Oct 8, 2005, at 7:52 PM, Tom Diehl wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have an FC4 box with 3 nic's in it. eth0 is connected to a dsl
> with limited bandwidth and 8 static ip addresses. eth1 is
> connnected to the
> internal network 192.168.0/24. eth2 is connected to another dsl
> with a much greater capacity but only 1 static ip address.
> There are several web/mail servers on the internal net which can be
> from the outside via eth0 and NAT.
> All machines on the internal network are on the 192.168.0/24 network.
> The current default route is set to point to eth0.
> I have several static routes that send high volume traffic out eth2.
> Up to this point all works well but what I would like to do is
> figure out a
> way to set the default route to point to eth2 and yet still
> maintain the
> connections to the web/mail servers from the outside.
> Is this possible??
I guess you need some form of policy routing to make firewall send
packets coming from the web/mail servers through eth0 while the rest
goes through eth2.
Try http://lartc.org/ , chapter 4