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Re: Two NICs, Two gateways



On May 25, 2006, at 9:32 PM, Terry Polzin wrote:

On Thursday May 25 2006 21:24, redhatdude bellsouth net wrote:
Hi,
I have a FC5 machine running apache at work which I set up as an nfs
server to share files in our office. Unfortunately, our IT guys
blocked everything except apache ports and therefore I can't run nfs
since the traffic doesn't reach that linux box. We have two gateways
at work,  one 10.0.0.200 for the IT department and apache, and the
other 10.0.0.201 for the rest of the users. I installed a second card
into this machine to serve NFS shares with a different IP and the
gateway for the users. Unfortunately, even though I configured both
cards with one different gateway each, the last NIC to load at boot
sets the gateway for both cards and it either allows http traffic or
nfs traffic, depending on the gateway that gets set.
Can someone show me how I can get each card to access different
gateways?
Thanks,
EJ
There can be ONLY one default gateway, sounds like you need to set up a static
route for the one interface.


How do I do that?
EJ


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