Re: Selecting source ip
you could use iptables with SNAT to change your source ip.
in combination with the owner match module you could eg match packets
generated by specific pid or uid.
OWNER match v1.2.7a options:
[!] --uid-owner userid Match local uid
[!] --gid-owner groupid Match local gid
[!] --pid-owner processid Match local pid
[!] --sid-owner sessionid Match local sid
[!] --cmd-owner name Match local command name
should work for a ping:
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -m owner --cmd-owner ping -j SNAT
On Mit, 2003-05-28 at 23:02, Stefan Neufeind wrote:
> when I request a file from a linux box using lynx the source ip of my
> request is the ip of eth0. But how can I change the source ip to
> other ips which are also bound to eth0 (via eth0:0 etc.)? Do I need
> to change the default gate from eth0 to eth0:0 for example? Isn't
> there a way to just change the source ip for all programs I will
> execute in my current environment / bash without affecting other
> programs / tasks?
> Yours sincerely,