Re: Server with two ISPs and multiple IPs
Which kernel are you using .... ?
Do you know that this MULTIPATH funcionality doesn't work on all kernels ?
Guillaume Filion wrote:
Alex a écrit :
Hi, do you have any iptables rules that may prevent connecting ?
No iptables on this machine and I checked twice the rules on the network
firewall. After some debugging, I think that this was somewhat related
to a arp cache problem. The IP that I was having problems with yesterday
is working fine today.
You could eliminate tables isp2b and isp2c and in table isp2a change this
post-up ip rule add from c.d.57.186 table isp2A
post-down ip rule del from c.d.57.186 table isp2A
post-up ip rule add from c.d.57.160/27 table isp2A
post-down ip rule del from c.d.57.160/27 table isp2A
If I do this, will the packets addressed to c.d.57.172 be returned as
coming from c.d.57.186 because of this post-up rule?
post-up ip route add c.d.57.160/27 dev eth1 src c.d.57.186 table isp2A
Thanks a lot,