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Keeping local traffic local

sphar
Advisor

Keeping local traffic local

Hi everyone,

I have a Server with 2 NICs and am migrating from 147.109.24.x network to 10.16.128.0/21 networks.

NIC 1 IP: 147.109.24.x
NIC 2 IP: 10.16.130.x

The gateway for NIC 1 is 147.109.24.254
No gateway for NIC 2

How do I keep 10.16.128.0/21 subnets from going out 147.109.24.254 gateway so traffic stays local?

Thanks.
2 REPLIES
eng.Zohair
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Keeping local traffic local

Hello sphar,

Simply assign GW to it or even static root to your local network

Hope it helps & Points are welcomed

Regards,
Jan
sphar
Advisor

Re: Keeping local traffic local

Hi Jan, thanks for reply.

If I have the 5 floors as:

Floor 5 10.16.133.0/24
Floor 4 10.16.132.0/24
Floor 3 10.16.131.0/24
Floor 2 10.16.130.0/24
Floor 1 10.16.129.0/24

Switch and server management 10.16.128.0/24

If I add a route for each of the above subnets on the server, what should the gateway be?

Adding IP's to NIC 2 (10.16.129.6 etc) still won't work if I do route add on server:

route add 10.16.129.0 mask 255.255.255.0 10.16.129.6

Thanks.




Sep 20, 2008 07:55:27 GMT points for answer:

Hello sphar,

Simply assign GW to it or even static root to your local network

Hope it helps & Points are welcomed

Regards,
Jan