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accepted Setup a local file server for two networks
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comment Setup a local file server for two networks
so basically this linux box would be take both my internet connections and load balance them and serve DHCP?
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comment Setup a local file server for two networks
@sysadmin1138 - this is what I get when I click add route imgur.com/cE4qc.png should I set it like this i.imgur.com/djQ6j.png.
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comment Setup a local file server for two networks
@sysadmin1138 I have a routing table in the router with gateway 192.168.1.1 it already has 3 routes configured i.imgur.com/fTwuc.png the ones cancelled have my static ip address. How do I route it to the other router with gateway 192.168.11.1
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comment Setup a local file server for two networks
how can I configure the gateway on my routers? sorry for such a noobish question but I really don't know: I have 2 internet connections (both have public ip's) but have NAT enabled hence one connection's gateway is 192.168.1.1 and the other's is 192.168.0.1. Both are behind routers one lan is on 192.168.11.* and the other is 192.168.1.* Hence the gateways used on client computers are 192.168.11.1 and 192.168.1.1. Now what do I do?
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asked Setup a local file server for two networks
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comment My Domain returns the routers default page (hosted on server in the same network)
@Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams - okay I can access it correctly locally too.. I edited my hosts file to resolve the local ip to the domain, its not a proper fix (just a bypass) but well it works.
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comment forward same port but for two different IPs (cisco)
I could be wrong here but can't you configure the second server to use another port? That way you can access both of em? Why do they need to use the same port.. just asking out curiosity..
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comment My Domain returns the routers default page (hosted on server in the same network)
but can two interfaces be running on port 80? I don't think that's possible. I have configured my webserver to run on 80 now, so how can the router be running on that port?
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comment My Domain returns the routers default page (hosted on server in the same network)
okay I figured it out but now its only accessible publicly or by proxy