Two links and a SMTP sever.
ulysses.almeida at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 23:53:44 CET 2005
Some time ago, I wrote this e-mail below. A lot of people tried to
help-me (thanks guys), but I couldn't find the problem. A week ago,
with help from someone on IRC I solved my problem (simple one). And I
finished my MiniHowTo.
Maybe it won't tell you something new. But it's shorter do read
instead the whole LARTC documentation.
This miniHowTo shows how to use iproute2 with iptables mark rule. I
think it's nice. If someone has something to say about it (in
private), I would thanks.
PS: The problem was just Reverse Path Filtering enabled.
On Tue, 18 Jan 2005 10:39:04 -0300, Ulysses Almeida
<ulysses.almeida at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I have an unsolved problem with iptables + iproute2 that I can't
> figure out how to solve it.
> I explaint it on the attachment (i sent this attachment, because I
> don't thin it will cause any trouble, since it's text/plain, if does,
> say and I won't send again). I wrote this as a mini-HowTo, and I
> pretend to publish this, but I need to solve the problem before doing
> this ;)
> The strange thing. I have almost the same scenario on other host,
> What differs is the fact that on the other host I have 4 Internet
> links, not only two, and everything works as I expected. I tried the
> same solution on another two hosts, and on both I had this releated
> If some one can help-me track this problem, I thank in advance.
> - Ulysses Almeida
- Ulysses Almeida
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