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Odd iproute2 gateway behavior with two gateways

After helping a frustrated yet patient Elvar I thought I better post about the situation we came across incase anybody else finds themselves in the same situation. Elvar started with all the correct elements to setup a functioning multrouting gateway. Two connections from two different providers, eth1, eth2. Running on an Ubuntu box with eth0 […]

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Multi gateway balancing with iptables

I have been testing load balancing via both iptables and ip route nexthop for a couple of days now. ¬†They both work pretty well too. This only balances outgoing traffic as incoming traffic balanced via DNS RR and the firewall just returns the traffic on the interface it arrived on as per the previous post. […]

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Multi gateway routing with iptables and iproute2

Notes on multi gateway routing with iptables and iproute2, suggestions and corrections gladly accepted. My notes may be incomplete or just plain wrong, I pieced them together after getting it working. Running on Ubuntu-9.10 with two internet connections ppp0 and ppp1 both with static IP’s from two different internet providers in Australia (iiNet and Internode). […]

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Installing Debian Lenny on my DNS-323

I finished upgrading my Dlink DNS-323 to Debian Lenny today. I followed the instruction at: http://www.cyrius.com/debian/orion/d-link/dns-323/install.html The install took quite a while, I selected the standard package list. Then because it gets quit hot here in Griffith I really wanted to have fan control back, so instruction here were also followed. As I wanted to […]

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Dlink DWA-110 + Ubuntu 8.10 = Happy Customer

Just a quick note for anybody looking to see if this Wireless (802.11b/g) USB adaptor works with linux before purchasing. I purchased one from Dick Smiths last night plugged it into my (Ubuntu-8.10 powered) laptop and was up and running within seconds. Signal strength and speed are fairly industry standard. Cost AU$50. I probably could […]

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