Question about migrating to IPv6 with multiple upstreams.

Matthew Reath matt at mattreath.com
Sat Jun 11 22:21:32 CDT 2011


>
> I have an interesting situation at a business that I am working on. We
> currently have the office set up with redundant connections for their
> mission critical servers and such, and also have a (cheap) cable modem for
> general browsing on client machines.
>
> The interesting part is that the client machines need to access some
> customer networks via the main redundant network, so we have a firewall
> set up to route those connections via the redundant connections, and
> everything else via the cheaper, faster cable modem. NAT is used on both
> outbound connections.
>
> With IPv6, we are having some trouble coming up with a way to do this.
> Since there is no NAT, does anyone have any ideas as to how this could be
> accomplished?
>
> In a nutshell: how do you have 2 upstream connections, and choose between
> them based on outbound destination?
>
> thanks,
> -Randy
>
>

Standard IP routing, the default gateway of the network can decide based
on a route entry whether to send it to the cable modem or send it to the
firewall.


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