Adding a default route for a specific NIC
gibblertron at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 17:08:48 PDT 2005
To follow-up, I basically want to say:
if traffic originals from 192.168.42.6, use 192.168.42.3 as the default gatway
else use default gateway for bge0...
On Apr 3, 2005 4:17 PM, patrick <gibblertron at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a FreeBSD 4.11 server with two NICs -- one has a real IP (bge0)
> and the other has an internal IP (bge1, 192.168.42.6).
> The default route for the server (defaultrouter= in rc.conf) is the
> gateway for the real IP. How can I set a route such that traffic going
> out on bge1 goes through a different router, even if it's to the
> outside world?
> Basically, I have a jailed setup running with a private IP address. On
> the private network, there is a gateway machine that's setup to NAT
> the traffic out to the internet. Currently, I cannot get out to the
> internet from the jail unless I set the default route of the entire
> server to be my internal NAT gateway.
> Any ideas?
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