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On Sun, 2005-04-24 at 06:39 -0400, Bill Roberts wrote:
> On 11:37 Sun 24 Apr , Haim Ashkenazi wrote:
> > Hi
> > I just came across this article:
> > http://enterprise.linux.com/article.pl?sid=05/04/10/2132252&from=rss
> > It seems that I was doing things the hard way (using iproute with
> > metrics). the one thing I don't understand is how to prefer one route
> > over the other (e.g. when one connection is faster).
> Interesting article.
> Maybe the order of the routes in the routing table controls? You could
> experiment by reversing the order of the two add default gateway
I'll try this one :)
> Another possibility would the the eth number, i.e., eth0 is primary,
> eth1 is secondary. You could control this by switching cables (and
> appropriate ip's) or by controlling the name assigned to each (see
> other recent thread in this mail list).
> Bill Roberts
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