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Currently I'm using RedHat 9, with all application installed. *thats including the iproute2 package.
I have a routing problem.
- And I have 3 range of client.....
--- first a client that only use internet for browsing and internet stuff.. kazza etc
--- second a client that only use internet for internet game, such as gunbound etc
--- third is hybrid between game online and internet browsing
- I have two ISP (that mean i got two gateway)... just call Gate A and Gate B. The problem is...ISP A.. is only for Online Game <Regional Internet Exchange>, and unable to browse to other internet/ global region... While ISP B or Gate B, is not suitable for Online Game, because to routing hop is too far.. so its gonna be lag.
** Problem :
how to make a routing... from range ip client to GateA or Gate B <roting base on source IP, not Destination IP>
and.. can we make a routing base on destination port ? example... if client access port 80, then they go to GateA... etc