On Wed, Jan 14, 2004 at 08:10:19PM +0100, Antoine Jacoutot wrote:
> On Wednesday 14 January 2004 19:50, Tillman Hodgson wrote:
> > On FreeBSD, source-based routing is done with the IPFW 'fwd' command (or
> > the IPFilter 'pass out quick on <int_2> to <int_1>' syntax) rather that
> > using the `route` command. I'm doing that myself (with IPFilter) and it
> > works well. It's confusing to set up initially because you have to take
> > into account the interaction between normal routing and firewall-based
> > source routing. If you're also NAT'ing and using dynamic IPs
> > understanding how it all can be made to work is an enlightening
> > experience ;-)
> Great :)
> This is fantastic, this is exactly what I need :)
> Now, I have to figure out out do to this for real using ipfilter.
> I have a 1 connexion with NAT+dyn IP and another one that's fixed.
> I'm impatient to test this.
> Thanks a lot !

If you're using IPFilter, you might be interested in the HOWTO:


The section on the "to" keyword is unfortunately very brief.


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