On windows server 2008 I have 2 network cards both configured on the same network (i will explain the purpose in a second)
NIC1: 10.35.1.98 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254
NIC2: 10.35.1.99 Mask:255.255.0.0 Gateway: 10.35.1.254
What I am looking to do is route traffic to cisco VPN client's who get IP's in the range of 1.1.3.x via the 10.35.1.98 IP and all other traffic through the 10.35.1.99
How do you calculate the data flown between a computer and the gateway computer. I have a Linux router/gateway running IP Tables which routes internet traffic in a LAN. I have individual users with IP/MAC Address mapped who access Interet through the gateway computer.
I have an application running on my Amazon EC2 hosted windows Server-2012. The application listens for devices to connect to it on a number of ports. This application (known as s.exe) on occation sends information back (outgoing) to the devices connected to it. I would like to stop this outbound traffic from s.exe as it is un-nessisary.
I have a working squid3 gateway, iptables rules configured and all and I already have a socks proxy.
I want to force my all outgoing traffic to a socks proxy.
And I would like to do have this permanently. (after reboot)
Once I did this via GNOME but I don't have any GUI on my servers.
I'm on Debian Wheezy
Thanks in advance.
I've just setup a new CentOS 6.4 machine to act as a default gateway for the LAN at head office. It's primary task is simply to route traffic to the appropriate place, ie VPN servers or the firewall server. This is working.
However we want to monitor the traffic going through this machine.
Let's say I have 2 internet gateway/router with IP 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.0.2 in a same network. Can I assign all email traffic with port 25,110,995,etc to use 1st internet gateway and all other internet traffic mainly web browsing to use 2nd internet gateway?
Is there any device/server/workstation settings to achieve this? Thank you