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Old 03-06-2005, 05:54 PM   #1
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SuSe 9.2 1 Switch 2 Routers w/PPPoE and 1 Massive Headache


I have a SuSe 9.2 Server that I want to run 2x100MB PPPoE connections from. I live in Japan and 100MB Fiber PPPoE is Relatively inexpensive ($80 USD/mo). I have 2 Routers that keep the PPPoE connection. Those hook into the Server on each NIC. The routers connect to a Fiber to Cat 5 Media converter via a Switch.
When both routers are enabled with their respective PPPoE connections I can surf fine on the web and can SSH and FTP out. I can not SSH/FTP into the box from the outside world. I can however do it from the internal network. As soon as I disable one of the NICs on the server I can SSH/FTP into it no problem. I assume this is a) a security mechanism withing SuSe. or b) A routing table issue. It is prolly a combination of both. I do not have a static IP. I cant figure out how to set up my routing tables. I want anyone who connects to be able to chose which one of my ISPs best suits them for their webserver uploads.



Diagram:

Both Routers on Subnet (255.255.255.0)
---------PPPoE.ROUTER1(GW:192.168.4.1)-------------->SERVER.NIC1(192.168.4.X)
SWITCH<
---------PPPoE.ROUTER2(GW:182.168.6.1)-------------->SERVER.NIC2(192.168.6.X)

1) Is this possible?
2) If so, how do I set my routing tables if needed?
3) Thank You for any help provided!

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