Battle Of The Iethernet Cards
ldavis at shellworld.net
Sat Nov 1 15:26:46 EST 2003
That still doesn't effect regular traffic, other than mail and web. For
example, originating outgoing traffic.
What about some sort of default route arrangement?
On Fri, 31 Oct 2003, Alex Snow wrote:
> You should set a listen directive in your httpd.conf file and relitave
> directive in your exim.conf file.
> for apache this should look like listen 192.168.0.1 replacing the ip
> with that of the interface you want apache to use.
> On Fri, Oct 31, 2003
> at 11:49:36AM -0500, Rejean Proulx wrote:
> > I have 2 Lan cards in my Linux machine. each card is connected to a subnet
> > that has a high speed modem. Apache and Exim seems to share these 2 network
> > cards. I want to tell my machine that I only want Wan or external
> > communications to go through one of the cards. The other card is for local
> > file sharing only, at least as far as Linux is concerned. The other high
> > speed modem is for the Windows machines. How do I do this? For now, I had
> > to disconnect a card, so now I can't get at Linux using Samba with half my
> > network. I need to control the fact that although I have 2 modems, I only
> > want Linux to use one of them.
> > Rejean Proulx
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