On Tue, May 30, 2000 at 11:09:28AM -0400, Rani Chouha wrote:
> I have 2 NICs on each of my Linux boxes connected to 2 different
> network segments and routers and I would like packets coming on one
> ethernet interface (from any source ip) to go back over the same
> interface. Is that possible in Linux ?
What do you mean under "go back"?
Do you mean that the kernel should just swap source and destination of the
packets and put them back on wire? :-)
> This is not the default behavior which I thought it should be.
Yes, the behavior described above is not the default :-)
> I beleive that this is kernel related but forgive me if it's not.
> Please cc me directly on any replies.
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