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Old 10-13-2002, 06:53 AM   #1
tanmaya
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Question routing issue


hi all,

plz guide me whether the following is possible or not:
we using a linux server with one LAN card on live(global) ip and second LAN card with IP 172.16.0.1 and we do net sharing thru this server. In this case anyone who checks our IP, gets the live(global) IP of the server. we want to add more Live IP's to the same LAN card and then we want that people of 172.16.1.X segment to connect to internet with one Live IP, people with 172.16.2.X to connect to the internet with second Live IP and so on....

plz help me. its important for me.

thanks,
tanmay
 
Old 10-13-2002, 10:36 AM   #2
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you can add ip aliases to a single lan card.

ifconfig lan0:0 <next-addy>
ifconfig lan0:1 <and so on>

then you need to do a

route -add network <syntax>

for each new ip you want to route over .

You will probably have to play a bit, but its possible.
 
  


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