per-interface default routes?

youshi10 at youshi10 at
Wed Mar 14 19:22:48 UTC 2007

On Wed, 14 Mar 2007, Mark Messier wrote:

> Suppose you have a freebsd box with two LAN interfaces,
> one numbered on netA and one on netB...
> Some applications are listening on the netA IP address, some on the
> netB IP address.  Some applications may be listening on all interfaces
> but might have a directive that indicates which IP address to use for
> packets sourced from the application, like this:
> 	query-source address port 53;
> What I want to happen is that packets sourced from the
> netA IP address go out the netA physical interface
> and packets sourced from the
> netB IP address go out the netB physical interface.
> That is, I want per-interface default routes
> (is this the correct term?).
> How do I do this?
> Thanks,
> -mark

Route has more information if you want to setup default routes for interfaces. Either that, or natd will yield a solution for you.


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