Re: Routing based on tcp/ip session limit
I thing the better way is your load-balancing using iproute2 (like your exemple),
but you will need make nat using SNAT, not MASQUERADE in your iptables.
On Tue, 16 May 2006 16:59:48 -0300
"Tom Lobato" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> My ADSL provider in Brazil give us a link with a limit of 30 tcp/ip
> sessions. So, for a especific use, I will buy another link with the 30
> limit but lesser bandwidth. But how to tell linux to only use second
> link when first is full (30 limit reached)?
> Or, how to use the two links in a better way than the below command?
> ip route add default scope global \
> nexthop via $gw1 dev $dev1 weight 3 \
> nexthop via $gw2 dev $dev2 weight 1
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