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Thank you for taking the time to read my message.

 

I wish to build a fedora box that will take control of all my ADSL connections – I use 2 ADSL modems with Ethernet connections, and multiple public static IPs on each. I wish for my internal network to only see one gateway, and have the gateway determine which route is the best route based on traffic type, and route availability.

 

As far as I'm concerned, it should follow these ‘basic’ rules

 

·         All traffic goes via my unlimited connection (with the exception of)

·         Email – Goes via an SMTP relay for one of our providers, which has been added to our DNS

·         SIP traffic goes via the same provider, as they provide a rock solid connection

 

If my A1 provider is absent for any reason, then use my B1 provider, until A1 comes backup. Any ideas, and suggestions will be appreciated J

 

I have about 12 public IP addresses to use

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Kind Regards,

Mr Gabriel

 

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