On Wed, 14 Jan 2004, Antoine Jacoutot wrote:

> 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

you can do this with IPFW's fwd rulesets.

ipfw add fwd netconnexion1_gw ip from DMZ/netmask to any
ipfw add fwd netconnexion2_gw ip from LAN/netmask to any

this sets the next hop address for a packet, based on it's incoming
address space.

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