Re: [OT] Source Based Routing
On 7/25/07, Erik Persson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have not read all you have written, but will not:
iptables -I PREROUTING -t nat -s 10.200.10.50 ! -d 192.0.2.8/29 -j SNAT
do the trick?
i guess that's one of the reasons why I prefer debian-user over other
lists. I do get information :)
Yes that seems to work. I can't test it at the moment as I have to do
that on our live system but that sound like a simple solution. gotta
look into the difference of source nat and source based routing thou I
guess there's a reason why both solutions exist.
By the way, if the provider uses 192.0.2.9 as the gateway, and you have
192.0.2.10-192.0.2.14, how do you get the traffic for the ips, other
than 192.168.2.10, to your gateway?
Are you using multiple ip-addresses on the same interface, or do you use
Yes just multiple IPs on the external interface on our borderline host