tcp/ip routing question - setting the default route beyond the local router?

tcp/ip routing question - setting the default route beyond the local router?

Post by Pamela Pledg » Wed, 23 Apr 1997 04:00:00



Hi,

A friend has the enviable problem that routing to the two
ISP's is not working as they want them to.  They have one
cisco router that always uses one ISP, and not the other.
The goal is to have the DMZ/internet servers use one ISP,
and the other internal networks and desktops use the other.

It's been suggested that a static route to the desired ISP
be setup on the internet server, and it's default route
pointed there.  Will that work?  

What will?

Please send replies to email, since I don't often get to news.
If there is interest, a summary of the solution will be posted.

Thanks,

Pamela Pledger

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1. tcp/ip routing question - overriding default route down the line?

Hi,

A friend has the enviable possition of having one router and
two ISP's.  The goal is to have the DMZ/internet servers use
one ISP, and the internal net and desktops use the other.
The cisco router always seems to use one isp and not the other.

Can the internet server specify the route, past the router,
and to the ISP of it's choice?  How?


a summary of the solution will be posted.

Thanks,

Pamela Pledger

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Taos Mountain           http://www.taos.com
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