[RndTbl] IP rule (multihoming) problem
theodore at ciscodude.net
Wed Oct 28 15:54:46 CDT 2015
The tooling used in this article is the same as what I used (and what I would have recommended if I'd documented my setup, or wanted to reach out to Adi to re-get his configs for the setup) when I multi-homed a system at home years over a private and public network. In that case though, there wasn't any issues with connected subnets being chosen over default gateway.
> On Oct 28, 2015, at 3:46 PM, Adam Thompson <athompso at athompso.net> wrote:
> Whoops, I should be a little more consistent with where I send from, since my work address isn't even subscribed to the list...
> I'm following, more or less, this: <https://blogs.oracle.com/networking/entry/advance_routing_for_multi_homed>https://blogs.oracle.com/networking/entry/advance_routing_for_multi_homed <https://blogs.oracle.com/networking/entry/advance_routing_for_multi_homed>
> But it doesn't work (as expected, anyway).
> VRFs are done kind of stupidly IMHO in Linux, given that it's a host, not a router.
> On 15-10-28 02:11 PM, Theodore Baschak wrote:
>> Sounds like you need a VRF for 158/MGMT, where it ONLY goes out the 158 network? I'm not sure if Linux does this, but that might be a place to start perhaps.
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