[CentOS] Configuring Multiple Gateways
schoon at amgt.com
Wed Nov 22 21:51:39 UTC 2006
Matthew Martz wrote:
> On Wed, November 22, 2006 1:42 pm, Matthew Martz wrote:
>> I'm in need of installing two NICs in a machine that are connected
>> to 2 different public networks and I need both IP addresses
>> accessible from the outside. The IPs are part of two completely
>> different subnets.
>> For example:
>> IP - 10.10.10.2/30
>> GW - 10.10.10.1
>> IP - 220.127.116.11/30
>> GW - 18.104.22.168
>> How can I configure 2 gateways on this server?
> I should probably also mention that I want traffic that comes in over
> eth0 to go out over eth0 and traffic that comes in on eth1 to go out
> on eth1.
I pretty much have this same setup. I don't have routing enabled is all. I
configure each ethx device like they were on a single network. When your
system is up and running, check the routing table, using route. It'll tell
you which interface can reach which networks. My setup has 192.168.a.b/24 on
eth0, 192.168.c.d/24 on eth1 and I can ping hosts on both networks.
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