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Old 12-21-2007, 05:27 AM   #1
Roverius
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Browse the internet on ETH1


Hello,

I have set up a system with mandrake 9.0 (old PC) and use the ETH0 ethernetcard as a DHCP server for special purposes. This card has a fixed ip-adres. (e.g. 10.62.0.1)

The second ethernetcard is connected to our netwerk system and gets his ip-adres from a DHCP server within this network. (e.g.: the DHCP gives this card 172.10.5.110)

When i like to start-up a webbrowser, it tries to use the ETH0 to go on the web.

What i like to know is: how can i configure, so when i start conquerer or mozilla, or whatever webbrowser, it uses the ETH1. I also need to put in a proxy (no problem to do that) to pass our firewall.

Thanks for your help.

Greetz,
Roverius
 
Old 12-21-2007, 06:18 AM   #2
Roverius
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Hello,

I have set up a system with mandrake 9.0 (old PC) and use the ETH0 ethernetcard as a DHCP server for special purposes. This card has a fixed ip-adres. (e.g. 10.62.0.1)

The second ethernetcard is connected to our netwerk system and gets his ip-adres from a DHCP server within this network. (e.g.: the DHCP gives this card 172.10.5.110)

When i like to start-up a webbrowser, it tries to use the ETH0 to go on the web.

What i like to know is: how can i configure, so when i start conquerer or mozilla, or whatever webbrowser, it uses the ETH1. I also need to put in a proxy (no problem to do that) to pass our firewall.

Thanks for your help.

Greetz,
Roverius
I allready found the solution, it was fairly simple.

Just do following command:

route add -A inet localhost dev eth1

This will do the trick
 
  


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