[CentOS] routing with 2 public ips

Wed Dec 30 16:37:25 UTC 2015
Joey <forum at r5d.de>


i follow your discussion. The first 2 posts using multiple default 
routes solve my problem perfect.

Thank you all.


Am 2015-12-30 17:21, schrieb Eliezer Croitoru:
> On 30/12/2015 10:22, Paul R. Ganci wrote:
>> 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
>> otherwise.
>> 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?
> I do not insist on anything else then there are missing things in the
> picture... it is that simple nothing more then that.
> If the thread poster will bother to clear the picture then I will be
> able to understand.
> I do not want anything and I do not need anything for me, my servers
> and routing works just great but the thread started by someone which
> is not here anymore so if everything works for me and if everything
> works for you and Gordon I really do not think any more time or words
> should be invested in something that is unclear at-least to me.
> Eliezer
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