I had a similar solution in the past.For "normal" internet traffic I was using eth0 and if it failed I was switching to secondary provider connected to eth1.I've cr... [by keddie]
on 05/17/2013 – Made popular on 05/17/2013
I have a linux system with two network interfaces (eth0 in x.x.x.0 and eth1 in x.x.y.0). Is there any posibility to add some route policy to send all the traffic to network x.x.y.0. I would like even the traffic from eth0 to be send to eth1's network.
I cannot delete the direct connected networks from the routing table so all the traffic from x.x.x.0 network is send to eth0.
I want to setup a Linux Server running SIP (freeswitch) applications with 3 NICs as follows:
2 of the NICs are WAN connections and the 3rd is a Private network for routing requests to other hosts on the same subnet (and does not figure into the discussion very much since there will be no internet routing to or from the private NIC).
Interesting issue, I figured I'd look into it if I ever run into it it would be good knowledge to have. I have eth0 not connected and wlan0 connected to the internet. This is backwards, but tells you how to connect via hardline and make your box a router basically:http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/debian-ubu … ess-point/But, that's 180 degrees from what I would be looking for...&#