Routing emails through non-gateway... how?
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Fri Jul 17 13:08:25 UTC 2009
James Knott wrote:
> William Park wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> If my default gateway is on eth0, how do I route all email through
>> another interface, say eth1 or ppp0 ?
>> Any pointer or keywords would be appreciated.
> Routing is based on IP address, not protocol. If the mail server is via
> eth1 or ppp0, you'd configure your routing for the server's IP address.
> Also, the defautl gateway is for all addresses that are not otherwise
> Perhaps if you were to better describe what you're trying to do, we
> might be able to set you straight.
Where are you routing? The word "routing" is not precise in this context.
If the second interface is supposed to go to the internet than have a
way to check if you can access internet through that second interface.
bla bla bla
Learn configuring your network, thats the point.
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