Thomas

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comment Multihomed ubuntu inbound connectivity issue
Running tcpdump before and after eth0 is shutdown shows that just after a reboot the kernel is dropping the packets (Meaning, tcpdump -i eth1 -vv shows no packets and showing that they were dropped by kernel). After ifconfig eth0 down tcpdump shows the expected trafic.
Oct
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comment Multihomed ubuntu inbound connectivity issue
As mentioned in the first post, Apache was just an example. The same goes for all services. As @embobo states, you can see that it is listening on all interfaces. (And I do need it to listen on both eth0 and eth1)
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comment Multihomed ubuntu inbound connectivity issue
I'll look at that and return with an update
Oct
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comment Multihomed ubuntu inbound connectivity issue
@LazyBadger: Traceroute to apache ? You mean traceroute to the WAN IP? That'd give nothing, as there clearly is a functioning route to the WAN IP. Regarding the config files: They are completely irrelevant. As you can see, the service listens on all interfaces. The error is not at the HTTP level, it is at the TCP level. (And you didnt get any penetrations that you know of)
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comment Multihomed ubuntu inbound connectivity issue
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