routing trafic through different ISP

Posted on 2006-04-28
Last Modified: 2010-03-17
I have a
1 meg download and 128 upload on ISP1
512 Kb download and 512kb upload ISP2

how can use iptables to let me use the download on isp1 and upload on isp2.

is that possible, please help.

Question by:mmason357
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    Thats a routing problem I do believe, iptables won't help here, you want to look at "gated" and the like

    Search BGP and  iproute2

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    thre is even a sample script to do what you want in the links ahoffmann gave to you.

    give them a try ;-)

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