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Old 09-29-2003, 02:43 AM   #1
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Question Vlan

Hi all

I have a small problem!
I need to add multiple gateways to one nic

ip mask - workstation ip's client 1
ip mask - workstation ip's client 2

ip mask - linux nic

I need each block of ip's to have it's own gateway so that each client can not see each other.
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Re: Vlan

Originally posted by Markvw

ip mask - workstation ip's client 2

Setting up multiple gateways on one NIC can be done a couple of ways, depending on the Distro you are using. I think most distro's come with a nifty GUI for controlling your network setup, but if not than I think it is possible to do this through [url=]Iptables[/iptables].



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