[clug] iptables help
andrew at donehue.net
Sun Sep 28 13:37:48 EST 2003
I don't normally like asking for help like this, but I am away from home and in a hurry ;) I was hoping on solving the following problem....
I have a local network with 2 DSL connections, one is a 1.5Mbit/256K and the other a 512K/512K - I want to pass all http (port 80) traffic through the first link (1.5/256) and everything else through the second (512K/512K).
The first connection is terminated as "ppp0" on a linux (debian) router. The second is terminated on a hardware router (built in NAT).
The debian box has 3 ethernet interfaces
eth0 - LAN (10.10.10.0/24) - with an ip of 10.10.10.1
eth1 - Used for the 1.5Mbit connection (ppp0)
eth2 - Used to communicate with the hardware router (10.10.9.0/24 - the hardware router has the address 10.10.9.2)
So - ideally - *LAN* ---> *DEBIAN BOX* ---
If port 80 ---> ppp0
Everything else ---> 10.10.9.2 via eth2
Any examples/help/pointers will be greatly appreciated.
P.S The tap water in Melbourne tastes funny :\
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