Two Networks on one System
martin at dc.cis.okstate.edu
Mon Jun 20 14:46:03 UTC 2011
Matthew Seaman writes:
> Yes. It's common in the sense that a lot of people think its something
> that should work, and get confused when it doesn't prove simple to set up.
Thank you. I think I may have stumbled on to what I need
to do discussed in the Handbook under the multi-homed host
section. We won't be doing any routing between the two networks
but I think I have been using the wrong form of the route
command as there is an example of something very similar which I
will try to see if the second NIC will finally find its router.
I appreciate your answer as it clears up a few more
questions I had.
My thanks also to
>Probably only a single active "default" global ip route, but you can add network/host routes to prefer a specific interface for said routes.
Again thanks to all. I will keep digging.
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