Routing (in IP-based networks) is the process of selecting paths in a network along which to send network traffic.

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multigateway routing for specific src port

I have two gateway to access internet, somehow I want to load balancing it, so far its working, but some connection or service need persistent gateway IP to be used, so the client should never change ...
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Block specific IP from accessing gateway

Suppose you are on linux internet gateway/router. What would you do to block a client with specific IP using bash script. I prefer something like ./block_client.sh 192.168.1.123 to block and ...
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Can I limit a user (and their apps) to one network interface?

As the title really. I've actually got two scenarios to apply this: Multiseat Desktop: two network connections both with internet gateways and two accounts doing bandwidth-intensive tasks on each. I ...
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How to route specific adresses through a tunnel?

There are certain websites/services which I can only access from the subnet on which my server is located (think of the typical intranet scenario). Is there a way to transparently route traffic that ...
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How do I route web requests into my private network depending on the domain in the url?

Scenario: Due to limited number of IPs, several domains are resolved into the same IP address. However, these domains may not all run on the same webserver, VM, or even dedicated machine. Therefore, ...