Re: [vserver] Split WAN access.

From: Nicolas Cadou <>
Date: Sun 08 Jun 2008 - 15:19:05 BST
Message-ID: <5F5121C960BADD4FB10E0C612641C5FF0AEA15@cobi1w.cobi.local>

I don't have a link right now, but try googling for "source routing", as I believe it is the solution to your problem.

Nicolas Cadou

Cobi Informatique, inc.
Tel: (450) 266-2420 (305)
Fax: (450) 266-2415

----- Original Message -----
From: Dark Nebula <>
To: <>
Sent: Sun Jun 08 10:13:14 2008
Subject: [vserver] Split WAN access.

Hallo list!

I have a little problem here.
I have a host, that have 2 interfaces. In eth0 ( i have
two different gateways and
The is the host default gateway to one isp (connected to eth1).
The is a redundant gateway (connected to a lan client eth0
via wireless).

So, my problem is, how can i setup my host to allow the guest to use the as gateway and not
I have the guest, connected to eth0 and as a ip.

The draw must illustrate the scenario:

 [WLAN] <----- [] <---- [guest]
[LAN] ---------------------------- [eth0 HOST] [eth1 HOST]
-----> [ISP]
( IP)

At this moment i have this kernel routing table is the host:
# netstat -rn
Kernel IP routing table
Destination Gateway Genmask Flags MSS Window irtt
Iface U 0 0 0
eth1 U 0 0 0
eth0 UG 0 0 0

I hope this is explicit, if yes, can someone help me please?

Thanks a lot for your patience.

Received on Sun Jun 8 15:17:42 2008

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