Linux kernel 2.
2 and 2.
4 support multiple routing tables .
Beyond the two commonly used routing tables (the local and main routing tables), the kernel supports up to 252 additional routing tables.
The multiple routing table system provides a flexible infrastructure on top of which to implement policy routing.
, /bin/ip /bin/ss /etc/iproute2/bpf_pinning /etc/iproute2/ematch_map /etc/iproute2/group /etc/iproute2/nl_protos /etc/iproute2/rt_dsfield /etc/iproute2/rt_protos /etc.
, I am trying to set up my RP3 in such a way that WiFi connections are routed over an L2TP VPN.
I’ve got the VPN working and with the following settings all traffic is routed over the VPN connection (ppp0 is the VPN tunnel device):, iproute2_4.
deb for Debian 10 from Debian Main repository.
, The iproute2 suite is a collection of utilities for networking and traffic control.
These tools communicate with the Linux kernel via the (rt)netlink interface, providing advanced features not available through the legacy net-tools commands ‘ifconfig’ and ‘route’.
, LW: debian -rules-sets-dpkg-architecture-variable * Drop iproute and iproute-doc transitional packages, as they have already shipped in Jessie and Stretch.
(Closes: #878602) * Drop build-dependencies that are no longer necessary since upstream dropped all non-manpages docs.
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Visit Stack Exchange, It isn#t uncommon on linux systems to have muliple (layer 3, i.
with IP addresses, not counting the loopback device) network interfaces.
For example your main #, 18/10/2019 WWAN (LTE) on HPE EL300 with Linux and Sierra Wireless EM7565.
This is the second of two posts discussing the use of wireless technologies #, In this case, Router 1 want to use Router 2 as gateway for some destinations.
All 3 Nodes here have Internet public IP address.
I set-up a network, 192.
0/24, using WireGuard.