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Old 18th February 2009, 15:30
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Default Advanced Routing help

Hi there everyone.

I have looked around for a while and found some doc's out there that can help point me in the right way, but i still need some help on this subject.

Is there any howto already done here, or some sort of guide posted that someone knows about.

what im looking for is this -
1: firewall (multiple nic's )
2: 2 or 3 Gateways ( A number of diff ADSL routers and Leased line routers etc)
3: and the advanced snat routeing done so web browsing gets pushed though one gateway, mail though another and so on.
4: fall back routeing, so that if one gateway fails the traffic for that gateway will route to another gateway.

thanx
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Old 19th February 2009, 09:01
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You can either do scripting using the iproute2 package or you can use vyatta, it seems to support what you want out of the box.
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