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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.
Both Routers on Subnet (255.255.255.0)
1) Is this possible?
2) If so, how do I set my routing tables if needed?
3) Thank You for any help provided!