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routing two ppp links

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I have one ppp link to the internet and one ppp link to a private network.  My LAN network is a 192.168.xx.xx network.

How do I make packets that are destined for the private network go there  Right now they all try to go over the ppp link to the internet.

Please be specific in your answer.  Telling me to use the route command won't be very helpful.  

Thanks.
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Lets asume that you have to interfaces, one ppp0 which is to the big world and one ppp1
is your private network (192.168.x.x) under linux you could do somethink like
route -net 192.168.0.0 gw ppp1
route add default ppp0
which will route all traffic to 192.168.0.0 thru ppp1 and the rest to ppp0
does this answer your question?


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