You need to get the 'ip' utility and I suggest using a recent 2.3 kernel.
In short you'll set up rules to route:
ip address add 188.8.131.52/24 brd + dev eth0
ip address add 184.108.40.206/24 brd + dev eth1
ip address add 220.127.116.11/24 brd + dev eth2
ip link set eth0 up
ip link set eth1 up
ip link set eth2 up
ip rule add from 192.168.1.0/25 table 20
ip rule add from 192.168.1.128/25 table 21
ip route add table 20 via 10.0.0.1 src 18.104.22.168 dev eth0
ip route add table 21 via 10.9.9.1 src 22.214.171.124 dev eth1
You can get iproute2 package from ftp://ftp.inr.ac.ru/ip-routing/.
You do -not- need equal cost multipath because you are making static routes
based on the source address.
In the above example, traffic from the first 128 IPs will go via eth0, the top
128 will go via eth1.
Rob Hill wrote:
> I have a client that has dedicated Internet access via a T1 link. There is a
> provider in their building as well connectivity at a much cheaper rate. I'll
> refer to the current ISP as 'ISP1' and the up and coming competitor as 'ISP2
> '. My client would like to save money on Internet connectivity but only if
> the service is comparable. What they would like to do now is allow some of
> the users to stay with ISP1 and some of the users to stay with ISP2. To make
> my job more interesting, they would like this to be handled by my firewall.
> My firewall is Slackware 7 Linux running kernel 2.2.14 with the latest
> version of ipchains. All of the internal machines have non-routable ip
> addresses so I am using ip masquerading to give them internet access. This
> is working perfectly.
> I have a friend who is very good with Linux and we were discussing this
> scenario several months ago and he claims to have done it using kernel
> features - which he probably has. My friend has since disappeared and so I
> am presenting this to the Linux community for assistance. Now let's say I
> put another network card in my firewall and I get my connection for ISP2 and
> run it into that NIC. How would I make both interfaces accessible from the
> Internet? Normally I only have one default gateway, but here I would have
> two. Also, how could I specify what machines internally would use ISP1 and
> which ones would use ISP2?
> To see this post with some diagrams, go to
> Rob Hill
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