[quagga-users 11034] Re: route ---- nat mode and routed mode

ratheesh k ratheesh.ksz at gmail.com
Tue Aug 18 14:44:12 IST 2009


Jack ,

what about  qos rules on network interfaces ?
we have to apply iptables rules for only nat subnets ?
Can u just point me to some other important issues ?

thanks,
ratheesh









On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 6:36 PM, Jack Carrozzo<jack at crepinc.com> wrote:
> Yes, but it's not related to quagga. Quagga doesn't "push any bits" as
> it were - the kernel does that. Quagga simply provides a platform for
> dynamic routing that tells the kernel where to push things.
>
> Generally if you just enable IP routing on the box, it will properly
> route between all the interfaces in a manner described by your routing
> table. Read your distro's docs on enabling NAT on the interfaces you
> like.
>
> -Jack Carrozzo
>
> On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 8:36 AM, ratheesh k<ratheesh.ksz at gmail.com> wrote:
>> i have a linux box (2.6.22) and is having 2 interfaces . eth0 and eth1
>> .  currently i NAT traffic from lan to wan .
>>
>> Can i use this as routed mode ( using ripd )  as well as nat at same time .?
>>
>> Question in Detail : - i will connect  3 more network cards .  eth2 ,
>> eth3 ,eth4 .
>>
>> eth1 traffic should be nated to eth0 . But eth2 , eth3 and eth4 should
>> be in routed mode .. is it possible ?? Can u give me some more clue on
>> this ???
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