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Hi. i am running ubuntu 8.04 in a laptop. through the wired connection i am currently connected to an aDSL modem router Linksys wag354g. My network is 192.168.1.0 /24 Also ...
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- 09-22-2008 #1
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Hi. i am running ubuntu 8.04 in a laptop.
through the wired connection i am currently connected to an aDSL modem router Linksys wag354g. My network is 192.168.1.0 /24
Also my neighbor has the same model of router and i am connected through the wireless of my laptop to his router. His network is 172.16.1.0 /24
My question is how to connect to both networks simultaneously and divide the traffic between the two connections based on application. For example i would like to have the internet browsing to go through the wired connection (network 192.168.1.0) and all the other traffic through the wireless connection (network 172.16.1.0).
Any ideas anyone?
- 09-23-2008 #2
I've seen this question come up from time to time,
and it seems there is no easy way to do this.
Your system is designed to be able to have routes
to different destinations, but you can't set different
routes for different applications.
One address is the default gateway. All traffic will go there
unless otherwise specified. You can create other routes
with the route command, saying that traffic to
thus and such destination should be sent to this gateway
and traffic to some other destination sent to whatever
gateway. There is no facility to say send port 80 traffic
to one gateway and port 25 traffic to another.
- 09-23-2008 #3
I think the command you may want will look like the following:
route add -net 172.16.1.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 dev eth1
Except you would change the eth1 to whatever your wireless adapter is. This will route all 172.16.1.0/24 through the wireless and put everything else through the default device (which im assuming is your hardwired eth0 device).
As rcgreen stated above, there isnt any defined way to split the traffic by port, only by nets.