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Re: Connecting 2 internet connections through one server

Check out the Advanced Routing HowTo at 


You can certainly do that with iproute 2.

Good luck,

On Sun, Nov 03, 2002 at 09:40:15PM -0500, Mike Kelland wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I'm trying to set up my server to masquerade 1 set of computers through
> one connection to the internet and another set of computers through
> another.  The specs are as follows: 
> Server is a 600 MHz Celeron running a variety of things (email, Web, SSH,
> etc...) and acting as a router for the house.  
> Internet connections consist of a cable (set up with dhcp) internet
> connection and an ADSL (pppoe) connection.  
> The topology consists of 3 network cards in the server, each connected to
> a different segment:
> eth0 - Cable internet connection
> eth1 - Connection to internal hub (all internal computers are set up with
> static ips)
> eth2/ppp0 - Connection to ADSL
> The current setup consists of my computers being masq'd through eth0 and
> eth2/ppp sitting idle.  The plan is to have my parents' computer be masq'd
> through ppp0 while keeping mine the way they are.  Anyone have any
> suggestions on how this might be accomplished? 
> Thanks!
> Mike
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