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I have a faulty app which is sending SSDP packets on the wrong interface. I made the dev aware of the problem and it will be fixed in the new release but in the mean time I was hoping I could use iproute2 as a stop-gap measure to shore up this problem.

Basically, any SSDP packets going out on interface 'eth0' I want to go out on interface 'br0' instead.

In case it matters, all of these packets are destined for

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Found out the answer is:

ip route add dev br0
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