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1720 and 3xeth

 
 
Adam Lomnic
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      05-02-2005
Hello again!
Maybe I will try to define the problem in other way.
How can I force router to choose route based on the info what interface
the packet came from?
There should be done even more. The packet going through int. eth0 must
be submited to NAT, and returning packet also go through eth0.
Simultaneously, the same operation must be done on eth1, which is also
connected to WAN.

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ch33t4h
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      05-10-2005
you want to use PBR, policy based routing. I don't knwo exactly what
you are doing but a route-map with "match interface" will probably
achieve what you want.

 
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