Re: Configuring a gateway
> Ok, so if I'm getting this right you want both machines to serve as gateways between
> networks A and B? Of course I'm curious as to why you'd want such a thing if you already
> have a gateway. Or are you trying to do something like: routerA serves network A for packets
> destined for network B which the new router, routerB, will serve network B for packets
> destined for network B. Is that it?
Humm, not really. In fact I'm planning to configure this new
gateway in this manner:
-+--+--+--+--+--[gateway B]------[gateway A]----------> Internet
| | | | | |
domain of A |
domain of B
At a first glance, B is in the subnet of A. In fact this is
because we're planning to replace A by B in a near future. So, I
only need B working as a gateway.
> linux to route packets. You do have to enable IP forwarding. This can be done with:
> echo "1" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
Is this the only thing that is necessary?
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