Hello, I need someone to show me how to set up routing on a CentOS machine. I have one public IP from my ISP [login to view URL] and a public [login to view URL] subnet routed by my ISP through the first IP. I want to assign ip's from that /29 subnet to various interfaces physical or virtuals.
Hey there, After reviewing your project description it's clear that you've got a /29 subnet of IP addresses that you want to add on your devices. And the configuration should be done in CentOS. I've very experien Plus
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If all these addresses are on your device then this is not about routing. If you use a network for other devices then you will have one network /29 or two /30. Then you need to enable forwarding: file /usr/lib/sysctl Plus
Hello, I think I understand what your situation is, and I can help you configure and explain everything you need. I see that your ISP are routed from above a block /29, you need to work with proxy ARP and sub interf Plus
Hi there, I will happily guide you on how to set up an IP address and route on your CentOS machine. Being a Linux for almost 11 years, I know this to be a simple process that I'm sure will be clear for you. Feel Plus