Author: Michael Tinsay Date: To: Philippine Linux Users' Group (PLUG) Technical Discussion List Old-Topics: [plug] (no subject) Subject: [plug] Recognizing traffic from multiple gateways
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From: Michael Tinsay <tinsami1@???>
To: "Philippine Linux Users' Group (PLUG) Technical Discussion List" <plug@???>
Sent: Thursday, 30 June 2016, 15:03
Have a question for the tcp/ip experts here.
I recently had to split my various DSL lines between 2 routers. So Router A have 3 lines connected to it while Router B has 2. I now have a server who will be receiving external traffic through these servers via port forwarding. As I understand it, without any additional configuration the server will send outside-bound traffic through via the default route. As such, if Router A is the default route for the server, even if the traffic came from Router B the responses will be sent via Router A.
If this is correct, what do I need to set up to have the server recognize which traffic is coming from which router and send its responses to the proper router accordingly?