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Sep
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comment How to check the physical status of an ethernet port in Linux?
I think this was the best answer - ethtool isn't standard in my Ubuntu distibution, so it doesn't help if on a box not connected to the net.
Dec
22
comment Need to configure multiple default gateways for four seperate physical network ports for a FreeBSD Webserver
Thanks Chris. I am going to work on this little project some more today. I'll get more details of what I've tried, by this evening.
Dec
21
comment Need to configure multiple default gateways for four seperate physical network ports for a FreeBSD Webserver
Thanks for your comments. I agree that somehow port 80 and specifically apache would need to somehow be attached to work via different routing tables... I think using setfib may be the solution, but somehow this solution has existed before setfib... afterall, aren't Cisco switches/ routers based on freeBSD and doing such configurations as I need?
Dec
21
comment Need to configure multiple default gateways for four seperate physical network ports for a FreeBSD Webserver
Yes, they would need to be able to access port 80 traffic on all address ranges per gateway (per physical port). sounds bad, but I know someone has been able to do this with iptables in a Linux environment. My application requires freeBSD, so I'm stucking looking for such a solution. Thanks guys!
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asked Need to configure multiple default gateways for four seperate physical network ports for a FreeBSD Webserver