Здравствуйте, Arjan.

I mean:
options         ROUTETABLES=2

Then I do manually:
setfib 0 route add default <G.A.T.E1>
setfib 1 route add default <G.A.T.E2>

in rc.conf I can do for FIB0:

How to do same thing for other routing tables?

I exepct next feature to exists:

AvdO> What exactly do you mean with two routing tables?

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AvdO> Здравствуйте, Questions.

AvdO> I have two routing tables.
AvdO> How to setup two default routes for each routing table in rc.conf?

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