atom.powers at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 15:19:39 UTC 2006
You need to have only one default gateway.
But you can use routed to configure other gateways.
Note: without a routing daemon all your gateways are default gateways,
this will almost certainly cause you problems.
On 7/25/06, Reuben A. Popp <rapopp at eastcentral.edu> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Another quick question here.. I have a box with dual gb nics and I was curious
> if there was a relatively easy way to connect it to two separate gateways.
> For example, em0 is configured to be 10.223.223.223 with a gateway of
> 10.223.223.254 and em1 is configured to be 10.224.224.224 with a gateway of
> Reuben A. Popp
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