Dataone & Tataindicom Broadband on linux Gatewa

Jaywant

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Hi All,We have linux Gateway. Gateway configured with Tata Indicm Broadband .we havereal IP .My question is that it is possible both connection (Dataone and Tata indicom Broadband ) simultanously run on same gateway.Anybody have any idea please help me.--------Jaywant
 

cisco_tech

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@@ Jayant ....what excatly do u want to do ....??pls post the network secnario ..so it will be easy to answer ...yes its possible to Run both connection .....
 

Jaywant

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Originally posted by cisco_tech@Jul 6 2005, 03:03 PM
@@ Jayant  ....what excatly do u want to do ....??
pls post the network secnario ..so it will be easy to answer ...
yes its possible to Run both connection .....
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In our office existing Tata indicom Broadband connection is there. That connection with real ip . We have linux based Gateway server .Our existing connection is two network Card connected to gateway server i.e eth0 for real ip and eth1 for internal ip . And we want to connect one more network card for bsnl.and we want to route mail traffic with existing connection and. Other traffic with new connection.


Please give me solution for that
 


netguru

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Yes, you can!

Add another ethernet card and you will need to do some configuration of the
forwarding tables.

So assuming you have
eth0: Tata Indicom BroadBand connection
eth1: Internal LAN connection
eth2: BSNL BroadBand connection

The BSNL broadband connection comes with an ADSL modem-cum-router.
If you want the global IP to terminate at your linux gateway then you will
have to configure the ADSL modem to run in "transparent bridge" mode
and you will have to run the Linux PPPoE client on your gateway. If you
dont care about having the global IP on your Linux Gateway, the ADSL
modem will take that IP and you will get an internal IP on the LAN side of
the ADSL modem, which is okay.

You can configure the linux router to do all kinds of stuff for you.
It is not "out - of - the - box" though.. You will need to configure.
I suggest you look at "Linux Advanced Routing HOWTO" (do google search) .
If you need any help, let me know and I will help out..

- netguru


Originally posted by Jaywant@Jul 6 2005, 03:34 PM
In our office existing Tata indicom Broadband connection is there. That connection with real ip . We have linux based Gateway server .Our existing connection is two network Card connected to gateway server  i.e eth0 for real ip and eth1 for internal ip . And we want to connect one more network card for bsnl.and we want to route mail traffic with existing connection and. Other traffic with new connection.
Please give me solution for that
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