[CentOS] How to specify the default route?

Wed Jun 23 17:55:09 UTC 2010
Dominik Zyla <gavroche at gavroche.pl>

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 07:57:13PM -0400, Rick Thomas wrote:
> I have a machine with two net interfaces.
> it seems to always pick the wrong one (eth1) as the default route.
> I can change it with
> 	route del default
> 	route add default eth0
> after it's up (or in rc.local, of course), but I'd like to figure out  
> what I need to do this "the CentOS way" (e.g. edit some configuration  
> file? Run some config utility, what?) once and for all.
> Can somebody point me to the canonical documentation on the subject?   
> I've searched /usr/share/doc and the man pages, but I can't find  
> anything useful.
> Googling for "default route centos" gives some interesting stuff, but  
> nothing definitive.

route add default gw ${GATEWAYS_IP}

Dominik Zyla

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