On Wednesday 14 January 2004 17:30, Tillman Hodgson wrote: > I'm a heavy Zebra (migrating to Quagga) user. Using dynamic routing is > very handy, but it won't solve the problem of balancing load across two > connections.
Thanks for the feedback :) > So you can't round-robin between two default gateways. You /can/, > however, send traffic for different destinations out of different links. > For example, I send my nightly CVSup traffic and other automated > downloads out of a regular ADSL link in order to prevent swamping my > main link. What I'm hoping to do is find a way to route all paquets coming: - from DMZ to internet, using NET connexion1 - from LAN to internet, using NET connection2 To be more understandable, something like this: route add from DMZ defaut em0 route add from LAN defaut em1 --> I know it is not a real command line, it's just to make things clearer. > If your upstream providers support dynamic routing protocols, then you > can get that destination information automatically. But that's not the > same as load balancing, it's best-path selection. And if it doesn't ? Anyway thanks a lot for answering. Regards, Antoine _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"