[CentOS] routing with 2 public ips

Wed Dec 30 08:22:04 UTC 2015
Paul R. Ganci <ganci at nurdog.com>

On 12/30/2015 12:44 AM, Eliezer Croitoru wrote:
> "I want that the request of incoming traffic dont use the default 
> gateway. Incoming traffic sould be answered using the gateway of the 
> incoming device " 

I'm sorry but I have been following this thread for a while and 
everything that Gordon (and I mentioned in my first post) is accurate. 
This is a routing problem not a NATing problem. Even if it can be 
handled via NATing (which I serious doubt) it would require ridiculous 
server resources which are not necessary. Please look at our links 
carefully, This problem is simply handled by proper routing rules. 
Whether those are implemented via my suggested generic linux rules or 
via the Redhat specific rules Gordon suggested that is the proper way to 
handle the problem. I too am puzzled by what you are trying to do here 

And just for the record I have a server with two interfaces on the same 
broadcast network and did exactly what I showed in the link I sent and 
got exactly what I wanted. From this single sentence you seem to want to 
do what either Gordon or I suggested in the links we sent. Why do you 
insist on playing with iptables when that is not the proper tool for 
this job?

Paul (ganci at nurdog.com)
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