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Hi people I've the following situation: One linux server with 2 nics (123.0.1.3) (150.0.1.5) One windows 2003 server (170.0.1.5) One Router configured has DMZ (190.32.5.10) So I have the following ...
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    helping routing linux server


    Hi people

    I've the following situation:

    One linux server with 2 nics
    (123.0.1.3)
    (150.0.1.5)
    One windows 2003 server
    (170.0.1.5)
    One Router configured has DMZ
    (190.32.5.10)

    So I have the following situation:

    I want my linux filter traffic from internet (eth1) and from networking (eth2)

    I think I must have a route between the 2 nics and a route between (eth1) and router ?

    Is this possible or I'm confusing this ?

    Is there any site or book that could have a step by step in how to configure this situtation with examples ?

    Or is there anyone who have configured something like this ?

    Best regards

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    You can find many tutorials on using IPTables to forward and filter packets from one interface to another to form a gateway/router.

    Example

    You may also want to review your choice of IP addresses and use private/non-routable IP's. (192.168.X.X, 172.X, etc.)

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    Smile Just an example

    Hi HROAdmin26

    Thanks for the awnser, and for the examples that you gave to me, now it's just studie the best situation for my cas.

    By the way the ips that I gave it's to take just na example, because of the 2 gateways that I musta have to go through to internet.

    Best Regards.

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