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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-08-09T12:21:20Z by linux.amrit
lewisj35
lewisj35
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Pinned topic Force ip traffic out over a specific interface

‏2012-04-29T15:57:51Z |
We have 2 interfaces en0 and en1. Say en0 has a name of host_a and en1 has a name of host_b. The firewall recognizes and allow traffic for host_b but host_a is blocked or not recognized by the firewall. Is there a way to force ip traffic through host_b's ip so that the the traffic is allowed? Anyone know how to make this happen?
Thanks.
Updated on 2012-08-09T12:21:20Z at 2012-08-09T12:21:20Z by linux.amrit
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: Force ip traffic out over a specific interface

    ‏2012-04-29T16:29:57Z  
    and what benefit does the host_a interface give you if you route all ip traffic through host_b?
  • KarlM
    KarlM
    3 Posts

    Re: Force ip traffic out over a specific interface

    ‏2012-05-24T08:54:52Z  
    1. ifconfig en0 detach
    ?
  • linux.amrit
    linux.amrit
    2 Posts

    Re: Force ip traffic out over a specific interface

    ‏2012-08-09T12:21:20Z  
    u can set host_b as ur default route ....