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How to configure "secondary" route and dual homed RedHat host?

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Hello all,

I have a RH Linux box that is dual homed.  We have been all over the net trying to find out how to configure a static route for the second network.  All we are finding is how to set up the "default route" and that is not what we need.  We need to set a static, permanent route that says everything from a specific IP range goes out the second NIC.

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This would look like this:

route add -net <source-ip-net> netmask <netmask> dev <second NIC>
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Thank you mbertl!
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