I'm kind of new to freebsd so forgive me if I'm wrong but I thought this
was not possible with freebsd in a simple way.
On linux you can create a default route for each interface thus packet
get routed properly, on freebsd you can only have one default route (I
think) so this is not really possible.
i dont see any difference as at the end i still get this
18.104.22.168/29 22.214.171.124 UGS 0 0 fxp1
in my netstat -rn, and no its still doesn't work...
On Nov 16, 2007 12:07 PM, Steve Bertrand <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
my private IP that eventually resolves to public IP through PIX is
different then coming from my other public IP that assigned on my fxp1
that comes from another ISP, the fxp1 IP already configured this way
so it pass everything to my box
what i've tried is adding route on my box
route add 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 255.255.255.248
Wait a minute...this doesn't look right...
# route add $homeIP/$netmask $gateway
- if you have a static IP at 'home', $netmask should be /32, otherwise,
you'll need to shorten the prefix (such like /24) This will depend on
your 'home' Internet provider setup
- $gateway is the next hop upstream on the interface that has
216.112.241.x address on it.
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