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accepted Default gateway is in different subnet. How to configure in RHEL6.2
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comment Default gateway is in different subnet. How to configure in RHEL6.2
Haven't got your idea. What I have is a bunch of virtual machines on ESXi. I have no my own router. Only my ISP has one and provides me with it's IP in my subnet. ISP can also assing one ip from second subnet on router's interface but it is wasting my IPs
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comment Default gateway is in different subnet. How to configure in RHEL6.2
@aseq Sure it's just an example. In comments to other answers I noted that I have two /29 subnets but only one has gateway
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answered Default gateway is in different subnet. How to configure in RHEL6.2