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Hi, I wanted to be able to have separate NICs with separate IPs connecting to separate gateways on a machine so I could put an ftpd on each one. I ...
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- 01-22-2009 #1
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- Jan 2009
networking script doesn't allow local machines to connect to each other!
I wanted to be able to have separate NICs with separate IPs connecting to separate gateways on a machine so I could put an ftpd on each one. I tried binding an ftpd to each, and running separate instances of the ftpd. I tried virtual hosts.
NOTHING worked. I could either use one ftpd or the other. I could either connect via ssh on one IP or the other. the second I turned one NIC off stuff would work again. I messed with basic iproute commands, andnothng worked until I got this script to run, which allowed me to use each NIC independant of the other.
#!/bin/sh #ip route flush all ip route del default dev eth1 ip route del default dev eth0 ip route del table 1 ip route add table 1 to default via 10.10.10.1 dev eth1 ip route del table 2 ip route add table 2 to default via 192.168.1.1 dev eth0 ip rule add from 10.10.10.2 table 1 ip rule add from 192.168.1.248 table 2 ip route add default via 10.10.10.1 dev eth1
BEFORE I ran that script, I could connect via ssh, or to the ftpd running on the machine using a LOCAL IP - 10.10.10.2. AFTER, I have to use the external IP, or I cannot connect. I know that has something to do with it, but I do not have the advanced linux routing knowledge to redo the script or come up with a solution.