At 06:26 AM 10/9/2008, Konrad Heuer wrote:
I've a server box with four NICs addressing different subnets:
NIC1: one class c subnet of same class b network
NIC2: another class c subnet of same class b network
NIC3: local unrouted network
NIC4: local unrouted network
In the current configuration I use a default gateway (and no routing
daemon) in the subnet addressed by NIC1. Now of course, if a client in an
arbitrary different class c subnet contacts the server using the ip
address of NIC2, it gets a reply from NIC1.
How can I cange this? I'd like the server to answer via the interface the
client uses when connecting.
Maybe that's a silly question, but thanks for any reply!
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You can have only one default gateway, that should be to where all other
traffic should go. Add static routes to your specific subnets, public or
private for the routing of that traffic.
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